by Antoinette Nora Claypoole
Wild Embers Press
Stories, interviews and essays from inside the American Indian Movement (AIM) 1971-2011. Chronicles the roots of AIM via an interview with AIM founder, Vernon Bellecourt and stories by Robert Robideau (acquitted in the killing of two FBI agents in 1975) and moves into the controversy over the murder of Anna Mae Aquash (1945-1975/6). Ghost Rider Roads documents the details of this case, as well as history and current grassroots efforts for Leonard Peltier, whose writings are included in this collection.