Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier

Published on Oct 17, 2015 This is the definitive feature documentary about American Indian activist, Leonard Peltier. His story is told within the context of the American Indian Movement, the US federal government, and the multi national companies interested in mining the land in South Dakota. Produced and directed by Suzie Baer. 1992 Copies of […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Doing time creates a demented darkness of my own imagination… Doing time does this thing to you. But of course you don’t do time. You do without it. Or rather, time does you. Time is a cannibal that devours the flesh of yours day by day, night by night.  — Leonard Peltier, Prison Writings: My […]

Leonard Peltier Born-day Message

​ September 12, 2015 Greetings everyone, Well, today is another b-day for me — my 71st. I had hoped I would not be here at this age, but that’s not to be. So, I have to take a deep breathe and slowly let it out… and prepare myself for yet another day in here. February […]

BLOOD IN THE HILLZ– Leonard Peltier and the Pine Ridge Reservation Shootout 40 Yearz Later

06/26/2015 by redcell23 by Mark Trecka BLOOD IN THE HILLS Leonard Peltier and the Pine Ridge Reservation Shootout 40 Years Later In the late morning of June 26th, 1975, two young FBI agents named Jack Coler and Robert Williams entered the property of Lakota Sioux elders Harry and Cecelia Jumping Bull while ostensibly investigating the […]

Beyond Innocence: US Politikal Prisonerz n the Fight Against Mass Incarceration

by Dan Berger (Photo: Barbed Wire via Shutterstock) source: http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/32043-beyond-innocence-america-s-political-prisoners-and-the-fight-against-mass-incarceration President Obama’s recent statements about mass incarceration, together with his decision to commute the sentences of 46 people serving lengthy and life sentences in federal prison on drug charges, treat “nonviolent drug offenders” as the symbolic figureheads of America’s prison problem. This framing seems to […]

40th Anniversary of the Incident at Oglala

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 22 June 2015 Contact: Peter Clark, International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, PO Box 24, Hillsboro, OR USA; Telephone: 1-505-217-3612; contact@whoisleonardpeltier.info 40th Anniversary of the Incident at Oglala Forty years ago, on June 26, 1975, two agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)—Jack Coler and Ron Williams—entered private property on the Pine […]

Call to Action: Politikal Prisoner Leonard Peltier Transfer Denied!

Recently, Leonard Peltier was again denied a transfer to a medium security facility. No reason was given. Please contact the Bureau of Prisons on Leonard’s behalf. Reference Leonard Peltier #89637-132. Let BOP authorities know that It is an outrage that this 70-year-old man in ill health has not been transferred, and demand a transfer whereby […]

Why Mumia Must Live, and US imperialism Must Die: The Link Between Politikal Prisonerz and the War on Terror

by Danny Haiphong The so-called War on Terror and the national security state did not emerge full-blown from the rubble of 9/11. Both are products of previous waves of police repression, mainly targeting Black radicals. “The FBI’s counter insurgency war on the Black Panther Party chapters and leaders like Mumia established for local police departments […]