Sacheen Littlefeather, who refused Marlon Brando's Oscar, dies at 75

In June, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences apologized to the lobbyist for her treatment at the 1973 service.

Sacheen Littlefeather, who declined Marlon Brando's Oscar for "The Godfather" for his benefit at the 1973 Academy Grants, passed on Sunday, the Academy of Motion Pictures said.

In June, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences apologized to Littlefeather for her treatment at the Oscars that evening.

Littlefeather went to an in-person show of the expression of remorse at the Academy Exhibition hall on Sept. 17.

On Oscars night in 1973, she had been accompanied off the stage with crowd individuals booing after her one-minute discourse on Local American privileges.

"He remorsefully can't acknowledge this extremely liberal honor," Littlefeather said.

"And the purposes behind this being are the treatment of Native Americans today by the film industry…

and on TV in film re-runs, and likewise with late happenings at Wounded Knee."

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