4/10/2013 First Person Radio on AIM Exhibit Opening



Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, April 10 2013 as she talks with organizers of the first American Indian art exhibit featuring the photographs of Dick Bancroft and Roger Woo, two photographers who captured the images of the growing AIM organization in the Twin Cities, around the country, and internationally. Titled, "I'm Not Your Indian Anymore," from the song by the late Floyd Red Crow Westerman. Westerman took his inspiration from the 1968 book by his close friend, Vine Deloria: "Custer Died for your Sins." 
The exhibit runs from May 10 to June 30 2013 at the All My Relations gallery in Minneapolis.
Playlist Tracks: 
Dick Bancroft - Photographer
Topics: Coming exhibit: "I'm Not Your Indian Anymore"
Michael Wong - Architect and Exhibit Designer
Topics: Coming exhibit: "I'm Not Your Indian Anymore"
Air Date: 
April 10, 2013

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