Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

November 25, 2019

AIM West Conference, Feast and Concert Nov. 25 -- 30, 2019

AIM West Conference Nov. 25 -- 26
Feast Nov. 27
San Francisco 
Looking forward to providing news coverage on Wednesday at the AIM West Un-Thanksgiving in San Francisco, during the 50th Anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz! -- Brenda. Censored News.

Mon-Tue,  Nov. 25-26,2019, 9 am -- 5:30 pm
       AIM-West Coast Conference
2969 Mission Street, San Francisco
(between 25th SSt.and 26 St, nearest Bart 24th St at Mission St)

 Special AIM guests include:

Madonna Thunderhawk
Bill Means
Len Foster
Puksu Igualikinya (Kuna-Panama)
Tom Poor Bear
Carol Standing Elk
Fred Short
LaNada War Jack

Keynote speaker on Monday, November 25 at 11:30 is Dr. LaNada War Jack, author of Native Resistance, An an Intergenerational Fight for Survival and Life.'

Mon 12:15-1:15 "Alcatraz is not an Island" will be screened during lunch. Director James Fortier with questions and answers afterwards.

Tuesday, November 26 Madonna Thunderhawk is the keynote speaker. "From Alcatraz, The Rock, to Standing Rock!"

Note the artwork on the flyer is a drawing of John Trudell which Tony Gonzales obtained permission to use for this flyer about the AIM West Coast Conference.

Wed, Nov. 27th 4 pm -- 8 pm
    Annual Unthanksgiving
            Feast of The "Eagle
           and the Condor"
362 Capp St., San Francisco, California

November 30 is the annual "Red and Blues" Benefit Concert for AIM-WEST, with the Bobby Young Project, Funkanuts, and the Firebirds Blues Band!
362 Capp Street, SF Doors open at 6:30 pm
Cover charge at the door
No one turned away.

Please check back for speaker and schedule updates.

Thanks to Tony Gonzales, AIM West director, and our friend Karen Wright for sharing details.

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