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The White Roots of Peace, circa 1972

 Item — Reel: 2120

The White Roots of Peace is an interview with a representative of the group White Roots of Peace, a group of young Iroquois people traveling to universities to discuss Native American philosophies and educate listeners about the living conditions imposed upon Native Americans in cities and reservations, as well as other issues affecting Native Americans in contemporary society, circa 1972.


  • circa 1972

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