100 years one woman's fight for justice
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SummaryElouise Cobell, a Blackfeet tribal elder, activist, banker, and rancher from Montana, filed the largest class action lawsuit ever filed against the federal government. The lawsuit challenged the United States' mismanagement of trust funds belonging to more than 500,000 individual Native Americans.
Indian Trust Fund (U.S.) -- Management.
United States. -- Department of the Interior -- Management.
United States. -- Department of the Interior -- Accounting.
United States. -- Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Tribal trust funds -- United States -- Management.
Tribal trust funds -- United States -- Accounting.
Reparations for historical injustices.
Indians of North America -- Finance -- Evaluation.
Trusts and trustees -- United States.
Federal-Indian trust relationship.
Oil and gas leases.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [San Francisco, California] :Video Project,2017
|Other Titles|| One hundred years
film director, film producer, screenwriter.
Ohayon, Michele, film producer.
Cobell, Elouise, on-screen participant.
Bunnie, Cora, on-screen participant.
Harper, Keith M., on-screen participant.
Hall, Tex G., on-screen participant.
Pike, Nicholas, composer.
Fire in the Belly Productions, production company.
Video Project, publisher.
Featuring, Elouise Cobell, Cora Bunnie, Keith Harper, Tex Hall.
Director of photography, Jim Orr ; editors, Edgar Burcksen, Patrick McMahon ; composer, Nicholas Pike.
In English; with optional English subtitles; closed-captioned.
Title from container.
Program content: ©2016.
DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); NTSC; widescreen presentation.
1 videodisc (75 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.