February 27, 1974 - Native American activist Russell Means, speaks about the desires and needs of Native Americans at rally on the Univeristy of Minnesota campus.
March 1, 1974 - Mother of Dennis Banks says a prayer on behalf of the women of Wounded Knee.
October 6, 1974 - Dr. Philip McNairy, the head bishop of the Minnesota Episcopal Diocese, discusses the role of the Episcopal church in the aftermath of the Wounded Knee incident. Dr. McNairy also discusses relations between Native Americans and non-native populations in both the rural and urban areas of the Dakotas and Minnesota.
November 29, 1974 - Clyde Bellecourt was invited to participate in an international meeting of the World Council of Churches at Montreux, Switzerland, the first WCC to invite representation by Native Americans. He says the principal goal is to elicit support for American Indian treaty rights. He also states that since AIM's formation in 1968, its’ three worst enemies have been the Christian Church, the Office of Education, and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).
February 24, 1975 - A survey of the activities in and around the Alexian Brothers Monastery in Gresham, Wisconsin during the takeover by members of the Menominee Warrior Society. Includes comments by members of the Warrior Society, Ada Deer, Dennis Banks, National Guard commander Colonel Hugh Simonson, and others.
August 28, 1985 - Jerry Cassidy examines issues of Indian hunting and fishing rights in his documentary "American Indians in the 1980s: New Struggles for Old Rights."
January 8, 1986 - MPR’s Tom Meersman reports on members of White Earth tribe that held press conference protesting current legislative action regarding land disputes between tribes, private land owners, and the government.
July 28, 1988 - MPR’s Tom Meersman looks at the 20th anniversary of American Indian Movement (AIM). Report looks at the history, actions, and controversies of organization.
May 29, 1990 - An MPR special documentary report titled, "Spearing on Lakes of Fire", narrated by Chris Tetlin. The report presents fishing debate over Chippewa Indian/U.S. Government treaty in northern Wisconsin.
April 26, 1993 - MPR’s Leif Enger reports from Mille Lacs Lake on Anishinaabe Liberation Front preparing to spear in violation of state law. Report includes numerous interviews, including Ojibwe writer Jim Northrup, who participates in traditional spearing.