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Wayne Jaquith: oral history with Robert S. Cox

@ University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Jaquith, Wayne T


Interview with Wayne Jaquith, where he discusses law school at Northeastern Law School in the mid 1970s, American Indian Movement criminal cases in South Dakota, his ancestry, and later being executive director at the Ploughshares Fund. Discusses hitchhiking across the country to San Francisco and viewing environmental damage along the way. After sitting in on pre-trial hearings in Buffalo, NY after the Attica prison riots, he found inspiration to attend law school at Northeaster Law School to become an environmental lawyer and activist.
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