anonymous
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Why did American Indians occupy Alcatraz Island in 1969? to protest the lack of educational opportunities for American Indians to end poverty on American Indian reservations to raise awareness about unfair treatment of American Indians to convince the government to protect American Indian lands
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paki
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American Indians occupy Alcatraz Island in 1969 to occupy it in a demonstration for the rights of American Indians. A group of 78 Indians calling themselves Indians of All Tribes lands on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay. [ Indians of All Tribes draws on powerful historic precedents of Native peoples taking a stand for the return of illegally taken lands, and they also usher in a new activist movement that draws attention with its mix of radicalism and American Indian traditionalism...

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