Alcatraz: Indian Land Forever
Edited by Troy R. Johnson, 1995.
The occupation of Alcatraz Island represents the longest continuous occupation of a federal facility by any minority group in US history. Alcatraz set in motion a wave of overtly nationalist Indian militancy that ultimately resulted in abandonment of the US government`s policy of termination and the adoption of a policy of Indian self-determination. This publication commemorates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Alcatraz occupation and presents poetry and political statements written by Indian people during the occupation or in commemoration of the event.
10-digit ISBN: 0-935626-40-9
13-digit ISBN: 978-0-935626-40-7
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