American Indian Movement Timeline  

The American Indian Movement abbreviated as AIM is basically a Native American activist organization that is active in the US. In the year 1972, during the month of October, the American Indian Movement got impetus when people converged from all corners of the country onto Trail of Broken Treaties to help champion the Indian unity and integrity.

Given below is the timeline of the American Indian Movement:

  • 1968: Minneapolis AIM patrol was created for addressing the issues of extensive police brutality.
  • 1970: Legal Rights Center was created for assisting the Indian people in alleviating the legal issues.
  • 1970: AIM had taken over an abandoned property of the naval air station close to Minneapolis
  • 1971: First national AIM conference was held for developing the long range strategy in terms of the future directions of this movement.
  • 1972: Red School House was opened which was the second surviving school that offered the culturally based education services to children.
  • 1973: Legal action for school funds were taken at this point of time.
  • 1974: International Indian Treaty Council was formed which was an organization representing Indians throughout western hemisphere.
  • 1978: First educational program for American Indian offender was established by AIM.
  • 1984: Federation of Native managed survival schools were established that presented legal education seminars.
  • 1987: AIM patrol came into force that dealt with the serial killings of the American-Indian women.
  • 1991: Peacemaker center was established which is known to have a spiritual base.

More Articles :

American Indian Movement Timeline




Before 1600 :

History-Of-American-Indian-Religion      Indian systems of rituals and beliefs were as multitude as the tribes that inhabited North America. In order to understand the history of the American Indian religion, one needs to get the details of its origin as well as its development. At the time of the European contact, all of the indigenous cultures within North America had actually developed coherent religious systems which included creations of myths that were passed down by mouth from one generation to another. It professed explaining how these societies had actually come into existence. More..




Home  • Archaeological Periods   • Art History  • Artifacts • Biography   • Computer   • Holiday History   • Miscellaneous  • Military History   • Privacy Policy   • Contact

American Indian Movement Timeline )
Copyright © 2012, All Rights Reserved.