Award winner Marlon Brando, who became the biggest event of the period at the Oscar ceremonies held in 1973, refused the award with Sacheen Littlefeather, a Native American Indian actor who was exposed to racism instead. That Indian actor passed away the other day.
Marlon Brando in 1973 “Father” He won an Oscar for his legendary role in the movie. Native American actor who declined the award Sacheen LittlefeatherHe had spoken instead. Littlefeather, 75, was found dead in her California home yesterday.
At the age of 26, Littlefeather, of Apache and Yaqui descent, took the stage at Brando’s request to decline the Oscar award given to Marlon Brando for his role in The Godfather.
Littlefeather, who appeared on stage in native Apache outfits, faced boos and racist rhetoric. When he took the stage, he made a speech against these rhetoric and accusations and became the first Native American to appear on the stage at that time. He gained iconic importance in his 60-second speech. Littlefeather was remembered as one of the most remembered in history.
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