DOCUMENTARY FILM

Wa-WHO? Nothing Is Sacred
A film by filmmaker Dennis K. Adkins & Cleveland A.I.M.

American Indian Movement Cleveland is pleased to announce a documentary exploring the struggles of native people in Cleveland, and how Cleveland Baseball and its "Chief Wahoo" logo affects the community. This documentary took over a year to film.

DVD format. US$ 19.95 plus $6.00 shipping/handling.*

Funds generated from the sale of this documentary will go to a legal fund for future litigation efforts to eliminate "Chief Wahoo" and the Cleveland "Indians" team name.

Background: On January 3rd, 1972 the Cleveland A.I.M. filed a class action lawsuit against the Cleveland Indians baseball team charging libel and slander of native people. In 1995, Cleveland A.I.M. and others filed a lawsuit against Gateway Corp and the Cleveland Indians over the right to protest on public property (Jacob's Field). In 1999, a Civil Rights complaint was filed with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission against Cleveland baseball.

*Film available to educational institutions at a discounted rate.

Make checks/money orders payable to:

Cleveland American Indian Movement
5014 McBride Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44127