'If Dick Bancroft hadn't come down from Saint Paul's Summit Hill District as a young man, he might never have known the "invisible minority" he champions so fiercely.
Bancroft, of Sunfish Lake, is a self-taught photographer who says his art informs "the washed" about the victims who are left behind. He was nominated for NewsCut's You Should Meet series, by his daughter, Ann' » Read more »
From aristocrats to squatters, the Henry B. Frey mansion in Dinkytown has seen many owners, but it may soon become a center for American Indian culture.
The American Indian Movement Interpretive Center will be a cultural hub cradling 6,000-square feet of artifacts, artwork and original documents. » Read more »
Clyde Bellecourt in the planned American Indian Movement Interpretive Center (photo by David Joles)
Center to focus on the American Indian Movement Posted by: Randy Furst under People and neighborhoods, Politics and government Updated: December 28, 2011 - 9:51 AM » Read more »
On Tuesday December 7, 2011, 7PM, Clyde Bellecourt will be speaking on the history of American Indian Movement at the Minnesota Historical Society.
A historical and architectural analysis of the building, currently undergoing rehabilitation, that will house the Interpretive Center. » Read more »
A legacy of historical records, culture captured on media, radio archives, photographs and living elders tell the story of the American Indian Movement. It is a story that belongs to all of Minnesota, and which the Interpretive Center seeks to share. » Read more »