AIM works to restore the civil and human
rights of indigenous peoples throughout
the hemisphere. AIM was born in the late
1960s, when people of color were still
separated from White America by many
barriers. Today, through survival schools
and the International Indian Treaty
Council, AIM unites people of color in
struggles to fight environmental racism
and re-educate the Americas to the rights
of indigenous peoples and their lands,
resources and families.
P.O. Box 134,
Federal Damm, MN 56641.