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    Conspiracy To Be Free

    This is the fascinating story behind one of the most prolific civil rights leaders of the 20th century.

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    Conspiracy To Be Free

    Directed by Colter Johnson 2014 22 min
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    Conspiracy To Be Free is the story of American Indian activist Russell Means. This documentary follows his career as an activist from his early work in the 70s to his campaign for native rights in the entertainment industry in the 2000s. This is the fascinating story behind one of the most prolific civil rights leaders of the 20th century.

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    Conspiracy To Be Free

    Conspiracy To Be Free is the story of American Indian activist Russell Means. This documentary follows his career as an activist from his early work in the 70s to his campaign for native rights in the entertainment industry in the 2000s. This is the fascinating story behind one of the most prolific civil rights leaders of the 20th century.

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