Albuquerque Indian School 1 (1976)

School Superintendent, Joe Abeyta, discusses future plans, then sign contract transfering school to control of All Indian Pueblo Council.
Traditional Knowledge: 

For the first twelve and a half minutes, school superintendent, Joe Abeyta, sits at a teacher’s desk at the front of a classroom, speaking into a microphone; interviewer is off-camera;. NEW SCENE. Four men around a desk (three sitting, one standing) in an office before a microphone, an unidentified man at center speaks first; at about 16 minutes in the man on our left (Ron Escera?), speaks, at about seventeen and a half minutes in the man on our right speaks, then the camera zooms out so all men are visible and Escera and main speaker at center sign documents, as a camera person behind them records; those two men stand and shake hands, then turn and address the voice off-camera who asks them to sign again; they sit and repeat the signing a couple times for the cameras;  our camera pulls back to show another camera operator in the foreground; they then continue to address the audience; people from the audience jump up and approach the men at the desk; close up of a Pueblo painting or design on the wall; then a woman (who is the interviewer voice in all of these Albuquerque Indian School videos) sits next to the desk and interviews the central speaker.

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