Author Bradley Shreve explores the Red Power movement and discusses his new book on Friday, February 14, at noon.
During the 1960s, American Indian youth were swept up in a movement called Red Power–a civil rights struggle fueled by intertribal activism. While some see the movement as militant and others as peaceful, there is one common assumption about its history: Red Power began with the Indian takeover of Alcatraz in 1969. Or did it? 
Watch live online (http://www.ustream.tv/usnationalarchives) or join in person (enter the National Archives Building through the Special Events entrance at Seventh Street and Constitution Avenue).
A book signing will follow the program.

Author Bradley Shreve explores the Red Power movement and discusses his new book on Friday, February 14, at noon.

During the 1960s, American Indian youth were swept up in a movement called Red Power–a civil rights struggle fueled by intertribal activism. While some see the movement as militant and others as peaceful, there is one common assumption about its history: Red Power began with the Indian takeover of Alcatraz in 1969. Or did it?

Watch live online (http://www.ustream.tv/usnationalarchives) or join in person (enter the National Archives Building through the Special Events entrance at Seventh Street and Constitution Avenue).

A book signing will follow the program.

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