Submitted by sundance on September 17, 2021 - 11:13pm
World World Theatrical Premiere! Tuesday, OCT 12, 2021 only!
OJIBWA WARRIOR: The Legacy Of Dennis Banks
A Film by Marie-Michèl Jasmin Bélisle. Produced by Takeo Koshikawa. 2021. 85 mins.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day and the anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz, A.I.M. West presents a new feature documentary about one of the most influential people in Native American history. The year is 1968. Nowa Cumig, Better known by his English name Dennis Banks, has started a movement with a few friends that would soon make ripples through history: the American Indian Movement.
Submitted by sundance on April 9, 2018 - 9:01pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 31, 2017
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The American Indian Education Center (AIEC) acknowledges the unfortunate and misguided indictment of our former Executive Director and Co-Founder, Robert Roche (Chiricahua Apache). Mr. Roche has dedicated over 40 years of his life helping the Native American people through the provision of social services, community support, and socio-political activism.
Submitted by sundance on August 5, 2017 - 1:03am
Join us for these exciting events in August!
Submitted by sundance on October 23, 2016 - 5:58pm
2016 World Series Demonstration
The World Series comes to Cleveland and begins Tuesday, October 25. Join Cleveland American Indian Movement and the Native community in speaking out against the Cleveland team name and "Wahoo" logo. After the Toronto lawsuit and the attention brought by the Blue Jays to our cause, the world is watching Cleveland. Help us convince Cleveland and MLB that the time is right to make the change and end Cleveland's shame!
Submitted by sundance on September 28, 2016 - 6:27pm
Ohio Historical Society is seeking a Project Manager for possible World Heritage sites in Ohio. Many sites like Serpent Mound and other so-called "Hopewell" sites will be included, and as World Heritage sites they will receive much attention, money, and tourism. As this project is being negotiated, having a Native person or an ally at the helm could ensure that indigenous perspectives are given more weight. Please pass this along to anyone you know who might be interested.
Submitted by sundance on September 4, 2016 - 2:01pm
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