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Indian Protest #18487

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 02, 1972
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(Studio) American Indians march on Washington, DC to redress grievances.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) 250 tribes repd. in quest to reclaim land, waters, and dignity. Descend on Bureau of Indian Affairs, which they want abolished. [Assistant Interior Secretary Harrison LOESCH - doubts claims of money mismanagement] [OK Indian Martha GRASS - wants an Indian in charge of administration to Indians.] [American Indians movement Dennis BANKS - lists grievances.] Indians say 361 treaties with government have been broken.
REPORTER: Bill Matney

(Studio) Indians barricade selves in Interior Department building Fighting erupts when police try to evict them.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Matney, Bill;
Reasoner, Harry

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