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Best of the Web: History & Social Sciences » Native North American Resources » Political Issues
AIM - The American Indian Movement
Information about the organization: their history, activities including email campaigns, news, coverage of Human Rights issues, list of AIM chapters and much more.
American Indian Movement
For a description see listing under organizations.
Anna Mae Aquash Archive
An active member of the American Indian Movement, social worker and day care teacher, she was found murdered at Pine Ridge Reservation. Her death is a subject of controversy. In-depth biographical material, trial testimony and statements about murder are made available at this site.
- Bureau of Indian Affairs
From the Hearts of the People
Full text of a wide variety of documentsstatements and messages concerning many political issues.
- International Indian Treaty Council
- L.I.S.N. - League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations
Legacy of Grand Chief George Manuel
Article by Rudolph C. Ryser
- Perspectives on Hawaiian Sovereignty
Researching Indigenous Peoples' Rights Under International Law
Guide to print and web resources.
- To The Hawaiian Sovereignty Advisory Commission
Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, International
Head Office: The Netherlands General Inquiries: Americas Coordination Office: email@example.com