Category Archives: AIM

Louise Erdrich novels

Recently finished reading Louise Erdrich’s Tales of Burning Love again, and saw a resemblance between Gerry Nanapush and Leonard Peltier which was not something I’d noticed the first time I read the novel a year ago. However, having had the … Continue reading

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Liminal Lives on Screen

The opening documentary of the 2010 Cork Film Festival was “A Good Day to Die”. Directed by David Mueller and Lynn Salt, it gives a fascinating account of the life of Dennis Banks who co-founder the American Indian Movement (AIM). … Continue reading

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