A November 1972 cross-country protest by the American Indian Movement, meant to cajole the US government into living up to the terms of the various treaties drawn up (often in bad faith: see Indian policies of famous Americans) with its indigenous nations. The final destination was the
Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, DC; the event devolved into an unplanned week-long occupation of the building, in which AIM misplaced
their 20-point manifesto.

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