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in the United States, and the

19-month siege laid a path for

several legislative bills. One

of these was the removal of

the Indian Termination Policy,

which sought to dismantle

tribal reservations and assimilate

Native Americans into the

mainstream American society.

Isaac Curley (Apache/Navajo),

founder of Apache Arrow Film

Festival, says, “as we pay tribute

to its 50th year, I feel that

the Natives and non-Natives

should become acquainted with

the Occupation of Alcatraz. The

Occupation, like rippling water,

generated the dynamics for the

passing of numerous legislative

acts, so all tribes, as sovereign nations,

could govern their own.”

This event will feature speakers,

a video, a music presentation,

and light refreshments.

Nov. 13 Hardscrabble: Lives

of Arizonans

Arizona Historian Jim Turner

comes to us from the Arizona

Humanities “Arizona Speaks”

program with “Lives of Arizonans

From Memoirs and

Fiction” - excerpts of biographies,

diaries and memoirs of

Native American and American

pioneers, including Martha

Summerhayes (“Vanished

Arizona”), Willa Cather (fiction

“Death Comes for the Archbishop”),

Zane Grey (fiction “Riders

of the Purple Sage”), and Nancy

Turner (fiction “These Is My


Nov. 1 First Friday- Doughboys

Nov. 16 - Bob Boze Bell on


Dec. 6 First Friday- Annual

Christmas open house

Dec. 18 Hardscrabble

Jan. 3 First Friday Boss

Pinckley’s Outfit and SW Nat’l


Bullion Plaza Cultural Center

and Museum is located at

150 N Plaza Circle

Miami, AZ 85539

Hours are Thursday through

Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

and Sundays Noon to 3 p.m.

For more information call 928-

473-3700 or visit

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