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[mass noun] A movement in support of rights and political power for American Indians.[as modifier] ‘the Red Power movement’
- ‘During the late 1960s some urban Ojibwa in Minneapolis formed a Red Power Organization known as the American Indian Movement.’
- ‘This was the first major study of the organization and its formative years from the end of World War II to the advent of Red Power.’
- ‘In the late 1960s Red Power came fast on the heels of Black Power.’
1960s: suggested by Black Power.
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