American Indian Movement (AIM) supporter

American Indian Movement (AIM) supporter


Pine Ridge, South Dakota (SD), US
The yellow, black, white and red flag is the symbol of the American Indian Movement (AIM). The advocacy group was formed in 1968 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to address American Indian issues like sovereignty and treaties and Indian rights including Indian harassment and racism.

The signs at this roadside location say things like, "Their Children Prosper while Our Children Suffer", "Alcohol is the enemy" "Open eyes not cans".
The yellow, black, white and red flag is the symbol of the American Indian Movement (AIM). The advocacy group was formed in 1968 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to address American Indian issues like sovereignty and treaties and Indian rights including Indian harassment and racism.

The signs at this roadside location say things like, "Their Children Prosper while Our Children Suffer", "Alcohol is the enemy" "Open eyes not cans".
View in Google Earth Indian, Objects - Misc
Links: www.aimovement.org, en.wikipedia.org
By: tallturtle82

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