American Indian Occupation Anniversary
Native American Heritage Month at San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
An exhibition of portraits from the Early Days Photo Shoot will be exhibited on the mezzanine level of Terminal 3, while shorts by Native American filmmakers we be presented at SFO Museum’s Video Arts screening room in the International Terminal Departures Lobby.
WHO: Community partnership: San Francisco International Airport, the San Francisco Arts Commission, the American Indian Film Institute
WHEN: Thursday, October 10 – Wednesday, December 4
WHERE: San Francisco International Airport; Terminal 3 mezzanine (photography), International Terminal Departures Lobby (film shorts). Both exhibitions are located pre-security and are available to all Airport visitors.
Red Power on Alcatraz: Perspectives 50 Years Later
In 1969, a group of Native American activists called the Indians of All Tribes arrived on Alcatraz. This new exhibit and series of cultural programs on Alcatraz tells the story of their 19-month occupation of the island, a watershed moment in the movement for Native American civil rights.