American Indian Oral History: Interview with Tom LaBlanc

The oral history interview with Tom LaBlanc concerning his involvement with the American Indian Movement (AIM) and his activism for American Indians was conducted by UNO student Emmett Hoctor on January 12, 1976. LaBlanc shared his opinions on the then-current situation of Indian affairs and the position of the federal government in relation to Native American communities. LaBlanc shared stories from his childhood, about his family, and about his involvement with activism, AIM, the Trail of Broken Treaties, and occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:06:43
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview with Tom LaBlanc concerning his involvement with the American Indian Movement (AIM) and his activism for American Indians was conducted by UNO student Emmett Hoctor on January 12, 1976. LaBlanc shared his opinions on the then-current situation of Indian affairs and the position of the federal government in relation to Native American communities. LaBlanc shared stories from his childhood, about his family, and about his involvement with activism, AIM, the Trail of Broken Treaties, and occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building.
Subject(s): History
Indians of North America
Indians of North America -- History
Indians of North America -- Interviews
Sioux Nation
Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Audiocassettes
Oral histories (document genres)
Date Created: 1976-01-12

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