Nashville Protests Against Repression of Black Community (1968)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – People here are taking the offensive against attempts to repress the black community-and the power structure is backing down.
Police rampaged through the ghetto for a week in late… Continue reading
The Young Lords (1970)
A group of revolutionary Puerto Rican youths have occupied a church in El Barrio, New York City’s Puerto Rican ghetto. They have renamed the church La Iglezia de la Gente-People’s Church.
Until last Sunday, this church… Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This was part of an advertisement to obtain info for a Yippie Survival manual. Abbie Hoffman ended up including the input in his Steal This Book!
HOW TO MAKE $80 and not sell grit
1) Do you know… Continue reading
Letter From a Navajo Indian to the U.S. Army
By Raymond Beletso
Dear Mr. D. D. Spahr:
This letter is in answer to the two notices or Questionnaires you have sent to me in the last 6 weeks, this last… Continue reading
The Woodstock Experience (1969)
You could see them sitting around fires, maybe near a lean-to they had built from leaves and branches or near some crummy outasite truck or next to a big worn green tent. The new family. Tribes… Continue reading
Native American Speaks Out About Poverty (1965)
By Clyde Warrior
The American Indian situation is a condensed and distilled version of the state of the union. The problems of American Indians are the result of bureaucratic behavior, of dehumanized interaction,… Continue reading
Torture at the 17th Precinct (1970)
by Jomo Raskin
On December 9th I was arrested at 50th street and 5th Avenue during a demonstration and march to protest the murder of Chairman Fred Hampton. The demonstration started at Park Avenue… Continue reading
Rolling Thunder Speaks Out on Native Activism
By Marvin Garson
They’ve pushed the Indian far enough, says Rolling Thunder. We’re not going to pay any more taxes, and we’re not going to give up any more land. Rolling Thunder is… Continue reading
The African American Past and the American Present (1968)
By Vincent Harding
NEGRO history suffers the same fate in the overall American story as the individual Negro’s integration Into American society. That is, small but prominent doses of Negro History… Continue reading
Native American Anarchists (1965)
Book Reviews by D’Arcy McNickle
THE LOST UNIVERSE. By Gene Weltfish. Basic Books. 506 pp.
THE LONG DEATH: The Last Days of the Plains Indians. By Ralph K.
Andrist, The Macmillian Co. 371 pp.
As to… Continue reading