The Complicit Women Of AIM

AIM, Annie Mae Pictou Aquash, Native American News

       annie4       By Justice for Annie Mae Pictou Aquash Woman Warrior     




Had the women warriors of AIM not sat complicit in silence while their sister was dragged off to her execution that space next to Madonna might have been occupied by Annie Mae. My mother had always said “it was going to be the women who would get things done” I fear that opportunity has been lost. shAIM.




Warrior Women
Directors: Christina D. King and Dr. Elizabeth A. Castle (United States)

Women were among the American Indian Movement leaders who fought for indigenous rights in the 1970s and who battle for rights today. Knowing the price paid, will their children follow in their footsteps? — with Marcella Gilbert and Madonna Thunder Hawk.






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