Events for September 2016

This month Cleveland American Indian Movement is pleased to announce the reinterment of ancestors from the Engle-Eiden site in Lorain County. This private ceremony will see 46 ancestors laid to rest on their original land, where they will be protected and remain undisturbed. We thank all involved who have made this momentous occasion possible, and who have helped us fulfill our commitment to these ancestors.


SEPTEMBER DEMONSTRATIONS AT CLEVELAND BASEBALL

  • September 4, 2pm-4pm (CANCELLED)
  • September 18, 11am-1pm (CANCELLED)
  • September 25, 11am-1pm (CANCELLED)


MESSAGE FROM COPAL AA, GUATEMALA - September 10, 7:15pm
Heiser Auditorium, Kendal(600 Kendal Drive) Oberlin OH

Please join the Santa Elena Project of Accompaniment (SEPA) in welcoming Rigoberto Ordonez, a founding member of Nuevo Amenecer (New Dawn). Mr. Ordonez will discuss the challenges and accomplishments of educating young people in rural Mayan communities.
Sponsored by SEPA


LEONARD PELTIER'S BIRTHDAY - September 12
Leonard Peltier has been incarcerated for his political beliefs and activities with the American Indian Movement since 1976. Send him a card or letter to let him know he is not forgotten.


AIM RALLY FOR LEONARD PELTIER - September 17, 12pm
Corner of King St. and Queen St., Lancaster PA

Join Lancaster AIM and rally in support of freedom and justice for Leonard Peltier.
Sponsored by Lancaster AIM


CRITICAL ISSUES IN INDIGENISM - September 24, 3pm-6pm
Fulton Branch Library (3545 Fulton Road), Cleveland OH

Our on-going educational series examining issues of colonization and resistance throughout the Americas. Free and open to the public. Our focus this month is the Tzotzil Maya in Chiapas, Mexico. A film will be shown, with discussion to follow.



Questions?

Detailed information on these and other events can be found at the Cleveland AIM website (www.clevelandaim.us) or by calling 216.533.7423