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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

AIM Conference: Video Highlights 2010

AIM Women share strength and power at 42nd AIM Anniversary
By Brenda Norrell
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SAN FRANCISCO -- The American Indian Movement's 42nd Anniversary continues today, Friday, at the Baha'i Center, beginning at noon, with a concert at 6 pmt:
Here are some highlights from Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday webcasts by Earthcycles. (Move the time bar, the tiny circle, forward to locate speakers on the videos.)
AIM Women's Leadership: Go to hour 1:54:30; Morning Star, Madona Thunderhawk, Yvonne Swan, Anne Begay and Corine Fairbanks:
Wednesday evening: Aztec dancers, Clyde Bellecourt and the Native Youth Discussion:
Clyde Bellecourt, AIM cofounder: Go to time: 1:27:00:
Yvonne Swan, Colville, and Jean Whitehorse, Navajo:
Indigenous Rights speaker Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. Speakers on disenrollments at Robinson Rancheria. Go to hour: 1:00:00
Protection of burial grounds, Shellmounds and other sacred places. Wounded Knee and Morning Star. Go to time: 17:00:
Diabetes: Native speakers on diabetes and eating healthy, presenters with audience discussion. Go to time: 58:00:

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