1. What issues were Native Americans addressing in the 1960s and 70s?

2. What are some of the strategies used by the Native Americans in the 1960s and 70s to accomplish their goals?

3. How does the activism of the 1960s and 70s relate to the activism of Native Americans today? Make sure to mention the work being done at Standing Rock.

4. What are some of the issues Native Americans still face according to Tara Houska?
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1)Its goals eventually encompassed the entire spectrum of Indian demands—economic independence, revitalization of traditional culture, protection of legal rights, and, most especially, autonomy over tribal areas and the restoration of lands that they believed had been illegally seized.

2)The main strategy for the AIM was attracting press. AIM would set up protests and marches to get the press to follow, so that they were able to broadcast their problems, and what they were fighting for.

3)This came to be known as the Red Power movement. During the 1960s, Native Americans began uniting to take control of their own future. A generation of Native American activists forced the public and the federal government to look at problems confronting reservation tribes.

4)She advocates on behalf of tribal nations at the local and federal levels on a range of issues impacting indigenous peoples

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