The road to Wounded Knee III: history and philosophy of AIM / Carter Camp (Part 3 of 5)

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Episode Title:
The road to Wounded Knee III: history and philosophy of AIM / Carter Camp (Part 3 of 5)
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This is a special report on Wounded Knee and the Red Power movement. Carter Camp, one of the founders of AIM, talks about the oppression of the Native American and the civil rights struggle, discusses the birth of the American Indian Movement and the spiritual rebirth of the Indian people, and explains the shortcomings of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The interviews with Camp were conducted within Wounded Knee since the occupation began on February 27, 1973. Following the interview with Camp are live interviews conducted in the KPFA studio with an Indian resident of the Bay Area who had traveled to Pine Ridge reservation to find out what was really going on, and people from White Cloud Lodge in Oakland. This program also includes a phone interview Larry Bensky conducts with AIM national director, Vernon Bellecourt, from Rapid City, South Dakota.

Date Recorded on: 
March 29, 1973
Date Broadcast on: 
KPFA, 29 Mar. 1973.
Item duration: 
68 min.
Total duration (All reels): 
5 reels (278 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1973
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