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Indian Land - Tote

In November of 1969, 89 Native American activists calling themselves the IOAT - Indians of All Tribes - and working under the Red Power banner, set out to "re-claim" the island of Alcatraz from the United States federal government by right of discovery.  Despite a Coast Guard blockade, 14 protesters managed to make it onshore, and from there the occupation swelled to over 400 people. Ultimately lasting fourteen months, the Occupation of Alcatraz jump-started a stagnant national dialogue on Indian rights, directly impacted ensuing federal Indian policy, and set a precedent for all modern Indian activism, from the Wounded Knee incident to the more recent DAPL protests at Standing Rock, and the Native Nations Rise movement and march on Washington.

Our design in honor of the landmark occupation incorporates elements of artistic self-expression whose deep red traces are still visible on Alcatraz -- and in the Indian activist consciousness -- to this day.

  • 6 oz, 100% cotton canvas
  • 22” dual handles
  • Dimensions: 14 ½” x 15 ½”
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