Presentation on theme: "1941 Clyde is pictured with his sisters (from left to right ) Gwen, Avonelle, and Judith Bellecourt outside their home on the White Earth Chippewa Reservation."— Presentation transcript:
1941 Clyde is pictured with his sisters (from left to right ) Gwen, Avonelle, and Judith Bellecourt outside their home on the White Earth Chippewa Reservation (White Earth, MN)
1974 Speaking at memorial services for the late Dr. Martin Luther King on the anniversary of his death. He was invited to speak by Caretta Scott King. (Ebenega Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA)
1975 Clyde speaking on "Indians of America" A.I.M at a Catholic school in Belfast, Ireland. This school was modeled after Heart of the Earth
1977 Clyde's photo from the 1977-78 school year, when he served as Board Chair for Heart of the Earth.
1977 Clyde leading a delegation of 256 Indian Nations into the United Nations Commission Hearing on the indigenous peoples of the western hemisphere. A.I.M. organized the International Indian Treaty Conference and was granted Non-Governmental Organizational status by the United Nations.
1979 Clyde Howard Bellecourt, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Heart of the Earth
1979 Clyde was quoted as saying: "I've been able to strengthen my commitment of 1968... it's a commitment for life".
1979 Clyde attending to school issues as he meets with the board.
1979 Peggy and son, Little Wolf attend a board meeting.
1983 Clyde continues his dedication to Heart of the Earth.
Clyde and Peggy celebrated their 45th anniversary in August of 2004.
Clyde Bellecourt holding granddaughter Kristina, pictured with his son, Crow Bellecourt
1987 A serious look from a man determined to improve the lives of Native Americans.
Clyde joined spiritual elders in blessing children at the annual "Prayer Vigil for Mother Earth" held on the mall of the Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.)
2004 Clyde pictured with the graduating class of Heart of the Earth Center for American Indian Studies.