Kahn-Tineta Horn of Mohawk Nation, part 3, undated
Kahn-Tineta Horn of Mohawk Nation, part 3, presents a speech by activist Kahn-Tineta Horn, a member of the Mohawk Nation, intended to educate an audience of university students by discussing suppressed truths regarding Native Americans throughout history, as well as burdens and injustices imposed upon Native American people both throughout history and in the contemporary era. The last section of the program also includes a question and answer session, undated.
Horn, Kahn-Tineta, 1940-
National Federation of Community Broadcasters (U.S.)
Broadcasting, Communications; Indians of North America; Indians of North America--History; Racism--United States; Lectures; Speeches, addresses, etc.
Special Collections and University Archives
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- Physical Description
7 in; 00:29:58 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) records
Series 8, Audio Materials 1975-1986
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Access condition: public.
- Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:725739; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/41959; Filename: bcast-072473
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