Pt 1 - 1972 Unity Caravan: Mad Bear Anderson, Thomas Banyacya, Janet McCloud

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Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah

The late Hopi Spokesperson Zula Brinkerhoff, (passed April 08, 2002) author of "God's Chosen People in America," was the adopted daughter of the late David Monongye, Son of Yukiuma, keeper of the Fire Clan tablets, who founded Hotevilla in 1906. Gr. David is one of four Hopis (Thomas Banyacya, Dan Evehema, and Dan Katchongva) who revealed Hopi prophecies for the future, to the general public in 1946, after the use of the first two nuclear weapons on Japan

First, you will hear Zula ( a mixed blood Cherokee) introduce the late Tuscarora 6 Nations Faithkeeper Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson, the spiritual founder of The American Indian Movement. Zula braved Dickey Wilson's G.O.O.N. Squad five times in 1973 to take supplies to the blockaded protesters during The Siege at Wounded Knee.

Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.

Speaker Joseph Warm South Wind, Mixteca (Jose Rivera) yet lives - in San Francisco, California.

The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."

The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.

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