Title:The Road to Wounded Knee
Creator/Contributor:Means, Russell, 1939-2012
Creator/Contributor:Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995
Creator/Contributor:Quinn, Meredith M.
Creator/Contributor:Cook, Thomas W.
Creator/Contributor:Pacifica Tape Library
Reel 1: Chronology. Chronology of events through the first four weeks of the occupation at Wounded Knee, the declaration of
an independant Oglala Nation and the armed struggle with U.S. Marshalls. Includes Dennis Banks, a director of AIM; Carter
Camp; William Kunstler and Meredith Quinn, legal advisors; and Russell Means, a leader of AIM. Track 1: 618 ft., track 2:
585 ft. -- Reel 2: History and philosophy of AIM. Carter Camp, one of the founders of AIM, talks about the oppression of the
Native American and the civil rights struggle. Followed by an interview at KPFA with San Francisco AIM people and people from
White Cloud Lodge in Oakland. This program includes a phone interview with Vernon Belcourt from Rapid City, S.D. Belcourt
is National Director of AIM. Track 1: 833 ft., track 2: 841 ft. -- Reel 3: Interview with Crow Dog. Spiritual advisor for
the American Indian Movement and the Independent Oglala Nation discusses the Wounded Knee takeover. Also includes statements
by Ron Harvey and Mark Tutletaub, journalists who reported the occupation. Track 1: 611 ft., track 2: 591 ft. -- Reel 4: Interview
with Tom Cook, concerning Indian Press Association and establishment of the press' attidude toward Wounded Knee. Track 1:
675 ft., track 2: 690 ft.
American Indian Movement.
Press -- United States
Wounded Knee (S.D.) -- History -- Indian occupation, 1973
Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota
United States -- California -- Los Angeles
4 sound tape reels : analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track ; 5 in.
BANC CD 103:1-4
Phonotape 3055 C:1-3
Phonotape 3217 C:1-5
Phonotape 697 A
Publisher:California unknown place Los Angeles : Pacifica Tape Library