Peltier on 41st anniversary of ‘Incident at Oglala’

By Leonard Peltier Sisters, brothers, friends and supporters: June 26 marks 41 years since the long summer day when three young men were killed at the home of the Jumping Bull family, near Oglala, [S.D.], during a firefight in which I and dozens of others participated. While I did not shoot (and therefore did not […]

June 26 Statement of Leonard Peltier

June 26, 2016 Sisters, brothers, friends and supporters: June 26th marks 41 years since the long summer day when three young men were killed at the home of the Jumping Bull family, near Oglala, during a firefight in which I and dozens of others participated. While I did not shoot (and therefore did not kill) […]

Portland, OR: Free Leonard Peltier! Cultural Event & Discussion: Thursday June 30th 7-9 p.m.

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1093300134041794/ Free Leonard Peltier! Cultural Event & Discussion Thursday June 30th 2016 7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. Clinton Street Theater 2522 SE Clinton St, Portland, Oregon 97202 Sliding scale $5-10, All ages and open to the public! Join us for a cultural event featuring Native drummers, special film clips and a discussion with Chauncy […]

NYC Free Peltier Film Series Continues Friday, June 10, 2016

NYC FREE PELTIER PRESENTS FLICKS FOR FREEDOM COME JOIN US FOR A NEW FILM SERIES FOR NYC WITH A DIFFERENCE YUMMY FRESH POPCORN TO BE SERVED  INCIDENT AT OGLALA Friday, June 10, 2016   7 p.m.  A Murder   –    A Mystery   –    A Mockery of Justice We will be showing “Incident […]

EXCLUSIVE: Native Amerikan activist imprisoned 40 yearz for FBI agent deathz still fightz for clemency from President Obama: ‘I am prepared to die here’

by  Ginger Adams Otis   Marchers carry a large painting of American Indian Leonard Peltier during a “National Day of Mourning,” Thursday, Nov. 22, 2001, in Plymouth, Mass. (STEVEN SENNE/ASSOCIATED PRESS)   Wildwood, Fla. – The same high-security prison holds two men with vastly different lives, both shaped irrevocably by the same federal agency: The […]

He Killed Two FBI Agentz. Or He Was Framed. After 40 Yearz, Will Obama Free Leonard Peltier?

by AJ VICENS American Indian activist Leonard Peltier in a Florida prison, January 1993- Kevin McKiernan/Zuma  Leonard Peltier, a member of the Lakota tribe who was convicted of murdering two FBI agents in 1977, has spent 40 of his 71 years in federal prison. During that time, some have come to view him as an international symbol […]

It iz Time for Leonard Peltier to be Freed

“Only one thing’s sadder than remembering you were once free, and that’s forgetting you were once free.” –Leonard Peltier By Jasmine Heiss May 10, 2016 This weekend I made the 850 mile trip from the Nation’s Capitol to the sprawling Coleman Federal Correction Complex in Wildwood Florida to visit a man who has been in […]

A call for President Obama To Pardon Native American freedom Fighter

by  MICHAEL Z. MUHAMMAD Leonard Peltier, an Anishinabe-Lakota Native American serving two consecutive life sentences and imprisoned for over 40 years, remains a lightening rod in the Native American fight for human rights. When arrested he was a leading member of the American Indian Movement (AIM), an advocacy group and movement concerned with Native American […]

Freedom and Medical Care for Leonard Peltier!

by Mumia Abu-Jamal For 40 years, former American Indian Movement (AIM) activist Leonard Peltier has been in the clutches of the U.S. prison system –The Iron House of the whites, as indigenous people call them – on trumped up murder charges. Now, as he suffers poor health and an abdominal aortic aneurism, time is no […]

Free Leonard Peltier, wrongly imprisoned 40 yearz

Freedom and medical care for Leonard Peltier! by Mumia Abu-Jamal For 40 years, former American Indian Movement (AIM) activist Leonard Peltier has been in the clutches of the U.S. prison system –The Iron House of the whites, as indigenous people call them – on trumped up murder charges. Now, as he suffers poor health and […]