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Arizona Savagery David Seals

Arizona Savagery

David Seals

Published May 16th 2011
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Kindle Edition
189 pages
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After 40 years of personal involvement in the American Indian Movement (AIM), the author recounts the truth of the Native indigenous struggle for civil and religious rights in North America. The author of the popular novel and film The PowwowMoreAfter 40 years of personal involvement in the American Indian Movement (AIM), the author recounts the truth of the Native indigenous struggle for civil and religious rights in North America. The author of the popular novel and film The Powwow Highway among Indians, he tells of his friendship with tragic Indian leaders like Leonard Peltier, Anna Mae Aquash, Russell Means, and many others.Ranging thoroughly across a dozen U.S. states, Mexico, and Canada, Arizona Savagery also enjoys the great brand of satiric Indian humor that keeps these People going after 500 years of genocide that has seen over 100 million killed, along with the great herds of buffalo, and massive destruction and desecration of Nature.With 5 generations of his family in the Flagstaff-Grand Canyon area of northern Arizona, extra emphasis is added to the ongoing racism of Arizonas notorious anti-Immigration laws against Indios-Hispanic peoples, in addition to the gun laws, and indulgent drug consumption, that have made the American State one of the worst in the world, contributing to the increasing crisis of violence on the Mexican border.