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International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
15/08/2020

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

#FridayFreeLeonard #FreeLeonardPeltier

Redfish
14/08/2020

Redfish

That time Malcolm X received Fidel Castro in Harlem in 1960.

A year after the Cuban Revolution, Castro and his delegation came to New York to attend the UN General Assembly, but the management of the Manhattan hotel the delegation booked now refused to house them after the US government already pressured other hotels to reject the Cubans. Upon learning of their situation, Malcolm X invited them to come uptown to Harlem, to stay at the Black-owned Hotel Theresa, where Malcolm X said he would be greeted with open arms.

"We had two choices: one was the patio in the United Nations; when I told this to the Secretary-General he was horrified at the thought of a delegation camping in tents there; and then we received Malcolm X’s offer, he had talked to one of our comrades, and I said: “That is the place, Hotel Theresa." And there we went,” said Castro.

People from Harlem received the 34-year-old Cuban revolutionary leader by the thousands, with masses huddling round-the-clock in front of the hotel. Castro was to them that bearded revolutionary who had told white America to go to hell and his stay there was an important acknowledgement of the struggle African Americans shared with the rest of the Third World in resisting racism, colonialism and imperialism.

When the 35-year-old Malcolm X received Castro they talked about the incredible inhospitality the Cuban party had experienced at the Shelburne, the insulting demand made upon them for a $10,000 deposit against damage to be expected from Cuban "barbarians" after a racist slander campaign in the press that included baseless charges of plucking live chickens at the hotel.

But above all, Fidel spoke of Harlem. "I always wanted to come to Harlem," said Castro, "but I was not sure of what kind of welcome I would get. When I got the news that I would be welcome in Harlem, I was happy." The Black people of the United States were not as brainwashed by the government's anti-Cuban propaganda as whites, he continued. Revolutionary Cuba, a majority Black nation, was wiping out racial discrimination. Cubans, Africans and the Black people of the United States were all in the same boat. "I feel as if I were in Cuba now. I feel very warm here." Malcolm X responded that it was indeed true that, "We in Harlem are not addicted to all the propaganda the U.S. government puts out." And then they embraced.

"As long as Uncle Sam is against you, you know you're a good man," Malcolm X told Castro.

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
14/08/2020
AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

Clyde Bellecourt and Frank Paro of A.I.M. Grand Governing Council do not approve or condone the removal of the columbus statue.

Later interviews with national A.I.M. officials revealed that they had not sanctioned the protest, and that Forcia is not a part of their organization.

12/08/2020
International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

This music video, for the iconic song that made Redbone the first Native American band to achieve a Top 5 single on the Billboard Hot 100, chronicles the experiences of a spiritual traveler who leaves home to explore a new world. The film is inspired by a variety of sources, from graffiti to magical realism, mixing reality with the fantastic, the past with the future, and reexamining pop-culture imagery in the context of contemporary events. "Come and Get Your Love" offers a look into the living and changing culture of Native America in the 21st Century through the eyes of the film's mythic traveler.

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
11/08/2020

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

“You practice crimes against humanity at the same time that you piously speak to the rest of the world of human rights!
America, when will you live up to your own principles?”

It's time to #FreeLeonardPeltier

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
11/08/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

Edgar Bear Runner, the newly elected President of the Porcupine District of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, was just 25 on the morning of June 26, 1975.

When shots rang out on the Jumping Bull ranch between the FBI and members of the American Indian Movement, Edgar visited a Lakota medicine man, said a prayer, and went in to help negotiate a truce. But he also had an ulterior motive: to help buy time for the AIMsters to escape.

Listen to Ep4 “Treaties, Goons, and G-Men (Part 2)” on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher and more!

#freeleonardpeltier #freeleonard #podcastseries #lakotanation #truecrimepodcast #truecrime #socialjustice #indigenousrights

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
09/08/2020

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

Today is International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. There are still Water Protectors and Indigenous political prisoners serving time right now for their actions in defense of the earth. Learn about them, write to them, and join in the struggle to free them!

https://waterprotectorlegal.org/water-protector-prisoners/

Leonard Peltier's Support Group
09/08/2020

Leonard Peltier's Support Group

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA
08/08/2020

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA

Official MMIW USA Bandanna! Sport your support!!!
Proceeds go directly to the organization to continue the services provided.

mmiwusastore.com

08/08/2020
The Leonard Peltier Podcast

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

“This life is special. I hope that a lot of people start looking at their humanity and do what they can to get this man out of prison.”

— Milo Yellow Hair, former VP Oglala Sioux tribe

This Peltier original painting shows Cecilia Jumping Bull outside her Oglala home, after the FBI riddled it with tear gas and bullets. Even photos of her nephews, war heroes who served in France and Korea, were forever destroyed.

40 of Leonard’s paintings were featured in this past June’s Issue 135 of New Observations Magazine.

—> newobservations.org

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
07/08/2020

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

#FreeLeonardPeltier

07/08/2020
Warrior Women

Warrior Women

Attn: UK and Ireland! Here is your special chance to see Warrior Women virtually for its theatrical release! Be sure to grab a ticket now to support before the event on Sunday for World Indigenous Peoples Day. The panel will feature Indigenous female filmmakers and will be open internationally and streamed live on our page.

Leonard Peltier's Support Group
07/08/2020

Leonard Peltier's Support Group

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
07/08/2020

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

On this day in 1999, political prisoner Laura Whitehorn was released after serving 14 years in prison for her involvement in militant resistance to US imperialism. Now home for 21 years, Laura continues to be at the front lines, battling injustice for over 60 years (with Release Aging People in Prison - RAPP, among other things).

https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/author/laura-whitehorn/

http://rappcampaign.com/wp-content/uploads/RAPP_Farid-Whitehorn.pdf

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
06/08/2020

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
06/08/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

Attorney Ken Tilsen and his son Dave Tilsen stand outside the federal courthouse in Rapid City, SD, during grand jury proceedings.

Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Dave Tilsen (center) about his experiences moving to Pine Ridge two days after the shootout to work as an investigator for the Wounded Knee Legal Defense Offense Committee (WKLDOC).

Dave was a part of the legal team that won acquittals in Cedar Rapids, IA for Leonard’s friends, Dino Butler and Bob Robideau.

At Leonard’s trial in Fargo, ND, Dave was barred from participating, one of a number of questionable calls by a judge hand-selected to deliver a conviction.

#injustice #freeleonardpeltier #podcastlife #truecrime #truecrimepodcast #bwphotography #socialjusticeart #leonardpod

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
06/08/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

It's only a matter of time until what Europeans call
"a major catastrophe of global proportions" will occur.

It is the role of American Indian peoples, the role of all natural beings, to survive.

A part of our survival is to resist.

We resist not to overthrow a government or to take political power, but because it is natural to resist extermination, to survive. We don't want power over white institutions;
we want white institutions to disappear.
That's revolution.

American Indians are still in touch with these realities--the prophecies, the traditions of our ancestors. We learn from the elders, from nature, from the powers. And when the catastrophe is over, we American Indian peoples will still be here to inhabit the hemisphere. I don't care if it's only a handful living high in the Andes.
American Indian people will survive;
harmony will be reestablished. That's revolution...Russell Means

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
03/08/2020

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

Ten years ago today former political prisoner and longtime Black Liberation militant and supporter Marilyn Buck died of cancer, having been released from prison weeks earlier due to her illness. Buck's principled resistance in the face of medical neglect and state violence continues to inspire.
https://gothamist.com/news/marilyn-buck-radical-in-fatal-brinks-holdup-dies-at-62

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
02/08/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

SO to Peter Coyote @sfzendog for voicing Leonard again for us in Ep4. He really brought the big escape scene to life! Someone get this man an Emmy. Oh wait he has several!

#freeleonardpeltier #freeleonard #petercoyoteisasuperiornarrator
#petercoyote #newpodcastalert #podcastlife #truecrime #native #socialjustice #socialjusticeart

Alcatraz Indians of All Tribes
01/08/2020

Alcatraz Indians of All Tribes

John Trudell on Alcatraz during the occupation with his family: his then-wife, Fenicia Ordóñez; Tara Trudell (left) and Mari Oja (right). At the time, Ms. Ordóñez was pregnant with the couple’s son, Wovoka, who was born on the island on July 20, 1970.
Photo Credit...Bengt af Geijerstam (NY Times Nov 20-21, 2019. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/20/us/native-american-occupation-alcatraz.html)

Lakota People's Law Project
01/08/2020
Lakota People's Law Project

Lakota People's Law Project

If the US proceeds with the lethal injection planned for Aug. 26, Navajo man Lezmond Mitchell will be the first Native American tribal member to be (formally) excuted by the American government.

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
31/07/2020
International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

“It’s devastating to our community,” Ms. Nunez said. “We have these elders that have lived through residential schools and the outlawing of their own religion — they’ve been keeping this culture alive and now Covid hits and it’s taking them from us.”

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
31/07/2020
International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

“White feminists were inspired by the matriarchal traditions of Native people. They especially looked to Haudenosaunee (or Iroquois) women’s power to appoint male political leadership, control their property, and have custodial rights to their children.”

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar
30/07/2020

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar

One year ago today political prisoner Tom Manning died in prison, due to medical neglect and indifference. A dedicated freedom fighter, Tom was arrested along with the Ohio 7/UFF and spent the remainder of his life as a political prisoner. Tom's commitment to the struggle never wavered, and his life serves as a shining example of what we can accomplish. Tom Manning Presente!

https://www.certaindays.org/uncategorized/tributes-to-political-prisoner-tom-manning/

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
30/07/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

On the morning of June 26, 1975, Edgar Bear Runner walked into the middle of the Pine Ridge shootout armed only with a Sacred Pipe.

Ep4 “Treaties, Goons, and G-Men (Part 2)” drops tomorrow Thursday, July 30th at 2am Pacific.

#freeleonardpeltier #lakotasioux #lakota #podcasts #newpodcastepisode #truecrimepodcast #socialjusticewarrior #goons #honorthetreaties #wrongfulconviction

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
29/07/2020

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

“Each and every Indian, man or woman, child or Elder, is a spirit-warrior.” - LP #FreeLeonardPeltier

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
29/07/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

Edgar Bear Runner’s granddaughter troopered through half of our production in South Dakota. Marlee’s patience was incredible. And so are her powers of persuasion. She has grandpa wrapped around her little finger!

#freeleonardpeltier #lakotasioux #indigenous #indigenouswomen #podcast #podcastlife #socialjustice #leonardpod

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
23/07/2020

International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

“Do the stars have a meaning? Then my life has a meaning.” Leonard Peltier, Prison Writings: My Life is My Sun Dance #FreeLeonardPeltier

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
21/07/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

Yesterday we talked Leonard with long time spiritual adviser Lenny Foster. Yet another awesome interview that we’ll be incorporating into the series!

#FreeLeonardPeltier #podcasts #navajo #lakota #SocialJustice #indigenous #socialjustice #podcastlife #diné

The Leonard Peltier Podcast
21/07/2020

The Leonard Peltier Podcast

Tonight marks our international radio premiere!

LEONARD: Political Prisoner" is a new series about Leonard Peltier, the longest serving political prisoner south of the medicine line. Airing 7:30pm PT Mondays on @nuxalkradio.

#freeleonardpeltier #freepeltier #leonardpod #podcastlife #radiopremiere #lakota #lakotasioux #socialjustice #socialjusticewarrior #truecrimepodcast

Water Protector Legal Collective
19/07/2020

Water Protector Legal Collective

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Groupe de soutien à Leonard Peltier en France / CSIA-Nitassinan

Groupe de soutien à Leonard Peltier en France, qui existe depuis 1978 au sein du Comité de solidarité avec les Indiens des Amériques (CSIA-Nitassinan), affilié au International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee au USA.


  • Information et mobilisation en France et en Europe en faveur de la libération du prisonnier politique amérindien, Leonard Peltier (Sioux Lakota / Anishinaabe), membre de l’American Indian Movement (AIM) / Défenseur des droits humains et des droits des peuples autochtones, incarcéré aux États-Unis depuis 1976 ;

  • Lobbying aux côtés de la famille et ami.e.s de Leonard Peltier, ainsi que des représentant.e.s autochtones des Amériques auprès des Nations Unies et du Parlement Européen en soutine à la campagne en faveur de Leonard Peltier ;

  • Organisation de manifestations, rassemblement, expositions, concerts de solidarité...
  • « Amnesty International considère Leonard Peltier comme un prisonnier politique dont les recours pour obtenir une réparation légale ont tous été épuisés. Le gouvernement des États-Unis a rejeté à plusieurs reprises les demandes d’un réexamen officiel. Amnesty International reconnait qu’un nouveau procès n’est plus une option possible et est convaincu que Peltier devrait être libéré immédiatement et sans condition. »


  • Pour suivre l’activité du Groupe de soutien à Leonard Peltier en France (rattaché à « International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee » - ILPDC) : www.csia-nitassinan.org/spip.php?rubrique3

  • Pour contacter l’International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee - ILPDC aux USA : http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info
  • RASSEMBLEMENT DE SOLIDARITÉ AVEC MUMIA ABU JAMAL ET LEONARD PELTIER - Tous les les premiers mercredis du mois à Paris, France — Rassemblement tous les premiers mercredis du mois en solidarité avec Mumia Abu Jamal, Leonard Peltier, Red Fawn Fallis, les MOVE9 et contre la peine de mort - Place de la Concorde - angle du jardin des Tuileries et de la rue de Rivoli —

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    Groupe de soutien à Leonard Peltier / Comité de solidarité avec les Indiens des Amériques (CSIA-Nitassinan) 21ter Rue Voltaire, F-75011 Paris, France

    Tel. +33-(0)143730580 www.csia-nitassinan.org

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