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StuDocu is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or universityAMIND-141 Final Study GuideAmerican Indian History (San Diego State University)StuDocu is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or universityAMIND-141 Final Study GuideAmerican Indian History (San Diego State University)Downloaded by Oliver Hernandez ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|3733931
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AMIND Final Study GuideWhat is the Indian Civil Rights Act known for?-known for making many, but not all, guarantees of the Bill of Rights applicable within tribesWhat changes did the passage of the Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act make?-reversal of termination policies in previous decades, which attempted to sever treatyrelationships and the U.S. government's obligations to tribes-tribes given authority for how they could administer funds, giving them greater control overtheir own welfare-attempted to increase parental input in Indian education by guaranteeing Indian parents'involvement on school boardsWhat events set the stage for the American Indian Civil Rights Movement?-Indian Reorganization Act (Indian New Deal)-Termination and Relocation Policies-Founding of National Congress of American Indians and other grassroots activismWhat events caused the Self Determination and Education Assistance Act to be passed?-the consequences of termination policies-grassroots Indian activism-the 1960s War on Poverty's Community Action programsWhat was the American Indian Movement's purpose?-to help relocated Indians in urban ghettos-to encourage economic independence and revitalization of cultures-to protect legal lands, maintain autonomy over tribal areas, and restore illegally seized landsWhat was the historical significance of the location of the Occupation of Wounded Knee?-It was the same site of the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre, the last massacre of the IndianWars.What did Kent Frizzell of the Department of Justice say was the protesters' "most vital lifeline" for theOccupation?-The mediaHow long did the siege and Occupation of Wounded Knee last?-71 daysWhich actor refused their Oscar for Best Actor award in protest of negative portrayal of Indians inHollywood movies and to show support for the protesters at Wounded Knee?-Marlon BrandoWhat were the protesters at Wounded Knee hoping to achieve through the Occupation?-To impeach and remove tribal chairman Dick Wilson.-To force the U.S. government to make amends on treaties from the 19th-20th centuries.-To increase American Indian visibility and call attention to injustices for American Indians.Downloaded by Oliver Hernandez ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|3733931
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Blog 5The American Indian Civil Rights movement began in 1968 due to tension between American Indiansand the United States government after the termination and relocation policies were enacted. Thislead to great poverty across the Native American population because they were left without land,government support, and were forcibly assimilated. Grassroots activist organizations began to take
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