Friday, Oct. 17, 7:30pm
Celebrate and Honor Native Resistance
See "A Good Day to Die"
with special live introduction by
AIM founder Dennis Banks 
 

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135 East 3rd Street
(Downtown LA – Corner of 3rd Street and Los Angeles Street)

During a week when others will be talking about “Columbus Day” and ignoring genocide and the occupation of Native lands, we will be celebrating Native resistance.

Come hear a special introduction by Dennis Banks, a founder of the American Indian Movement featured in the film, who will be joining us live via skype.

The movie traces both his life and the important struggles of the American Indian Movement.

$5-10 Donation at the Door
No one turned away for lack of funds   
For more info call 323-394-3611 or email answerla@answerla.org 

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