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Sovereignty Without Compromise, Since 1974: The Story of Ganienkeh
Alex Jacobs, the Santa Fe-based Mohawk artist and poet who originally hails from Akwesasne, has been our guide in exploring and explaining the Akwesasne Notes posters of the 1970s ...
Classic '70s Posters: Ganienkeh, the Mohawks Who Took the Land Back
Forty years ago, a group of Mohawk Indians took over a former girls' summer camp in upstate New York and claimed the land as sovereign, answerable not to the laws of the United Sta...
Classic '70s Poster: Carter Camp x AIM x Akwesasne Notes
The words of Carter Camp, the late American Indian Movement activist who died in December , are simple ones, but powerful: "We decided that our Indian people are more important to ...
Classic '70s Poster: Buffy Sainte-Marie Preaches Pride and Acceptance
Singer and cultural icon Buffy Sainte-Marie drops wisdom in our second edition of classic posters from Akwesasne Notes , a hugely influential Mohawk newspaper that helped unite Nat...
Classic '70s Poster Art: Akwesasne Notes x Edward S. Curtis
In the early 1970s and onward, the influential Mohawk newspaper Akwesasne Notes came up with a series of posters included as a center spread in each issue...
12-Step Indian Rehab (A Modest Post-Thanksgiving Proposal from Alex Jacobs)
In the 1970s I worked for Akwesasne Notes , the Mohawk Nation newspaper and the largest Native journal in the world...
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