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04/09/2021

New #mural in #bushwick featuring the #artwork of #politicalprisoner #osoblanco from our set of #indigenous #greetingcards which benefit the #childrensartproject in #chiapas

#chiapasmexico #indigenousart #indigenousartist #indigenousartists #indigenousarts #indigenousresistance #earth #fire #water #wind

Free Peltier Tour, organized by Carol Gokee
31/08/2021
Free Peltier Tour, organized by Carol Gokee

Free Peltier Tour, organized by Carol Gokee

46 Years is far too long. Its time to stand up. Some Akicita and elders from Pine Ridge and elsewhe… Carol Gokee needs your support for Free Peltier Tour

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post
31/08/2021

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post

30/08/2021

MUMIA : rassemblement à Paris le mercredi 1er septembre à proximité de l’ambassade des Etats-Unis

Rendez-vous à 18 heures place de la Concorde à l'angle de la rue de Rivoli et du jardin des Tuileries. Nous rappelons les règles sanitaires obligatoires : port du masque et distanciation physique lors du rassemblement.

Mumia attend toujours que la Cour Suprême de Pennsylvanie instruise son droit d’appel pour défendre son innocence. S’agissant de sa santé après son opération du cœur en mai dernier, il va mieux mais connaît des moments plus ou moins difficiles car il ne bénéficie toujours pas d'un suivi médical régulier, ni d'aucun protocole d’accompagnement malgré son état général très fragilisé par les graves maladies auxquelles il a été confrontées ces dernères années (hépatite C, cirrhose du foie, covid, opération du coeur). Sa libération reste le seul remède sérieux pour se soigner dans un environnement familial propice à revivre enfin après 40 années de souffrances en prison.



Fête de l’Humanité les 10-11-12 septembre

Le Collectif français Libérons Mumia vous donne rendez-vous à la Fête de l’Humanité. Cette année nous ferons stand commun au Village du Monde avec nos amis de l’association Ensemble contre la peine de mort (ECPM). Les organisateurs se sont, en effet, vus imposer une réduction de l’espace et du nombre de stands en raison de la crise sanitaire et des travaux sur le site qui accueillera les jeux olympiques de Paris en 2024. De plus, une jauge limitera chaque jour à 40.000 le nombre de participants. Ce sera aussi la dernière fois où la fête aura lieu au Parc départemental de La Courneuve. Infos pratiques pour acheter votre BON DE SOUTIEN donnant accès à la fête durant les trois jours et prendre connaissance du programme : https://fete.humanite.fr/

Attention : après avoir acheté votre bon de soutien, vous devrez obligatoirement vous enregistrer sur le site dédié afin de valider votre droit d'entrée à la fête ... sinon vous serez contraint de payer une deuxième fois !

Venez nous rendre visite pour vous tenir informé de la situation de Mumia et de la mobilisition qui se poursuit aux Etats-Unis et dans le monde entier pour sa libération après 40 années d'incarcération. L'occasion aussi de rencontrer nos amis d'ECPM avec qui nous luttons pour l'abolition universelle de la peine de mort, combat dont Mumia est toujours l'une des figures emblématiques.

Photos from Festival Anako's post
24/08/2021

Photos from Festival Anako's post

Timeline Photos
24/08/2021

Timeline Photos

Water protectors are still facing charges for standing against the now dead Keystone XL pipeline. Oscar High Elk is currently being targeted as a political prisoner because he stood up against KXL Pipeline. His trial is in January 2022, date and time TBA. He is facing 23 years. Please support his legal fund paypal.me/highelk. #NoKXL #WaterisLife

CSIA-Nitassinan#StopLine3 - Solidarité avec notre amie et alliée depuis les années 1970, Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe, dir...
21/07/2021

CSIA-Nitassinan

#StopLine3 - Solidarité avec notre amie et alliée depuis les années 1970, Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe, directrice de Honor the Earth) qui a été arrêté avec plusieurs anciennes pour avoir bloqué la construction de l'oléoduc Line3. Nous exigeons leur libération immédiate et inconditionnelle ! #FreeEmAll - CSIA-Nitassinan

20/07/2021

“First and foremost, I’m just a regular human being. I’m a mother and a grandmother, a great-grandmother. I’m Lakota. I’m a woman. And water is the domain of the women in our nation. And so, it’s our privilege and our obligation to protect water. So, you know, if somebody wants to label me, I guess it would be water protector.” —from a 2016 interview with Democracy Now!

For #MatriarchMonday we are honoring Ms. Debra White Plume “Wioweya Najiŋ Win” (Oglala) of the Oglala Lakota Nation. She was among the first to join the American Indian Movement’s occupation of Wounded Knee on Pine Ridge. She was involved in cultural preservation and revitalization throughout her entire adult life. From the Grassroots to the UN, Debra has been an active member and organizer of her community for over 40 years. A woman of the movement! Debra journeyed home last November of 2020 at 66.

#warriorwomen #warriorwomenproject

http://www.csia-nitassinan.org/spip.php?article1198
19/07/2021

http://www.csia-nitassinan.org/spip.php?article1198

#PasoLibreZapatistas
#LaGiraZapatistaVa

Voyage zapatiste - Demande d’entrée sur le territoire français d’une Délégation de Communautés des Peuples Autochtones, en particulier Zapatiste du Mexique - Juillet 2021

http://www.csia-nitassinan.org/spip.php?article1198

Le CSIA Nitassinan est signataire de ce courrier adressé aux autorités françaises pour exiger la possibilité d’entrée prochainement sur le territoire français d’une Délégation de Communautés des Peuples Autochtones, en particulier Zapatiste du Mexique.

Groupe de CSIA-Nitassinan Béta
Collectif Paris-Ayotzinapa
Cspcl Paris

Timeline Photos
15/07/2021

Timeline Photos

No state, no church, no vested interest has never wanted people to have strong souls, because a person with a strong spiritual energy will inevitably be a rebel

15/07/2021

Head over to our website to shop some swag and support the movement!

#warriorwomenproject #womenofallrednations

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post
13/07/2021

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post
13/07/2021

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post

05/07/2021

BREAKING: NDN's LANDBACK Campaign does banner drop of upside-down American flag "in distress" in downtown Rapid City, Oceti Sakowin Lands. Stay tuned for more and follow NDN's livestream for more. 💢

Link to livestream in bio.
#FourthofYouLie #LANDBACK

02/07/2021

#AmericanIndianMovement #Legends
#DennisBanks #RussellMeans #AIM

Photos from Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar's post
29/06/2021

Photos from Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar's post

Photos from Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar's post
28/06/2021

Photos from Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar's post

#FreePeltier - Paris, France - Saturday, June 26th, 2021 - International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier.The CSIA...
27/06/2021

#FreePeltier - Paris, France - Saturday, June 26th, 2021 - International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier.

The CSIA-Nitassinan / Leonard Peltier Support Group - France was created in 1978 in Paris in response to the call of Indigenous representatives, including members of AIM and IITC, at the "International NGO Conference on discrimination against Indigenous peoples in the Americas", held at the United Nations in Geneva in 1977. As it has been done for decades, the CSIA-Nitassinan / LPSG - France expressed its solidarity in Paris with the political prisoner, Leonard Peltier, on June 26th, the day of the Oglala Commemorations.

This year we participated in two solidarity actions in Paris for Leonard Peltier, this June 26th, 2021 :

- In the morning, from 10am to 2pm - We were present in the historic center of Paris, Place Saint-Michel at the Rally in solidarity with the Mapuche prisoners, the prisoners of Abya Yala and with Leonard Peltier. A big thank you to our Mapuche sisters and allies Wara Mariño Queupumil, coordinator of the Mapuche Suiza Network and Veronica Paillalef Painemal, Mapuche representatives from Chile for your energy and determination and your support with Leonard Peltier.

- In the afternoon, we gathered to demand the release of Leonard Peltier, at the Trocadero (next to the Eiffel Tower), Place des Droits de l'Homme (the place where the United Nations - Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified in 1948). A symbolic place to call for the respect of human rights and freedom for Leonard Peltier !

In friendship and solidarity,

Sylvain DUEZ-ALESANDRINI
CSIA-Nitassinan / Leonard Peltier Support Group - France (organisation member of the European Alliance for the Self-Determination of Indigenous Peoples)

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21ter, rue Voltaire 75011 Paris - France - Tél. : +33 1 43 73 05 80 - [email protected] or [email protected]
www.csia-nitassinan.org

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Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post
26/06/2021

Photos from International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee's post

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23/06/2021

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19/06/2021

Raised in the struggle, but not condemned to struggle.

#TheLongestWalk #AmericanIndianMovement #nsrgnts

19/06/2021

In their final letter to their sons, Ethel & Julius Rosenberg wrote that they were "comforted in the sure knowledge that others would carry on after us." On this anniversary of their executions, carry on their legacy by helping the families of targeted activists and youth activists today: https://rfc.networkforgood.com/projects/82193-support-the-rosenberg-fund-for-children

#RosenbergMOTD #EthelRosenberg #JuliusRosenberg #RosenbergCase #RemembertheRosenbergs #ExonerateEthel

17/06/2021

Posted by Yvonne Swan

“Leonard Peltier, tallest one standing, in solidarity with Indigenous fishing rights at Frank's Landing on west coast in Washington state. 1960s. He helped keep people's cars running, helped set up halfway house for Native women released from prison, and had many friends. Was his popularity among the people the reason he was targeted by the FBI? They relentlessly pursued him until they got him in prison. He's done 44 plus years in prison. So far, all the US presidents were either too afraid or too racist to free him. President Biden needs to hear your voice.”

Photos from Indigenous Action's post
14/06/2021

Photos from Indigenous Action's post

10/06/2021

One year ago tonight AIM Twin Cities planned an action that successfully removed a ra**st and genocidal slave trader from the Capitol in St.Paul Minnesota.

It was done in broad daylight and on live TV.

I agreed to perform 100 hours of community service by educating the public about the cultural genocide our ancestors suffered during the creation of the greatest country in the world.
America!

In exchange, the State of Minnesota agreed to drop all charges against me.

We also got the State to acknowledge some basic truths about history.

Sarah Cory, the Ramsey County prosecutor acknowledged that the violence, exploitation, and forced assimilation that has been inflicted upon our relatives, has been perpetuated from colonial times up to this very day.

And the hurt and trauma arising from it is still present.
She also conceded that the American genocide is mainly unknown and not taught to the dominant culture.

No injuries or arrests

Obituary: Chief Crow Dog Leaves Behind National Legacy of Spiritual Renewal, Standing Up for Native Rights
10/06/2021
Obituary: Chief Crow Dog Leaves Behind National Legacy of Spiritual Renewal, Standing Up for Native Rights

Obituary: Chief Crow Dog Leaves Behind National Legacy of Spiritual Renewal, Standing Up for Native Rights

A spiritual leader who was nationally renowned for revitalizing Native American religion and advocating for Native rights, Chief Leonard Crow Dog , passed away shortly after midnight on Sunday, June 6 on Crow Dog’s Paradise on the Rosebud Indian Reservation. Chief Crow Dog leaves behind his wife J...

08/06/2021

We join relatives across turtle island honoring the journey of American Indian Movement veteran Leonard Crow Dog. Unci Madonna Thunder Hawk says,

“We were young, we were on the move and on our horizon came a young spiritual leader who carried the power of our ancestors. Crow Dog.
Journey well my AIM brother
Toksa Ake.”

#AIMForever

Photo from NASC slide show “The Questions you Ask” by the Native American Solidarity Committee in the 1970s

08/06/2021

LEONARD CROW DOG, 1942-2021
Statement from Leonard Peltier on the passing of Leonard Crow Dog on June 6, 2021.
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"Hau mi kolas!!

Being in prison it takes time before we can get info from the streets and family, but I just heard of the great loss for the Lakota Nation and all Native peoples.

I met Crow Dog back in the 60's when we were both in Colorado for some Native event. It's been so long I forget what it was about now, but I know it was about treaties and civil rights for all peoples in the USA, and the world really.

Then later on, in Rosebud, was when we really became friends. He invited me to his home and I met his mother and father and family. His mother fell in love with me and adopted me as one of her sons to replace Leonard's twin who pass years before, and so Leonard and I became brothers, and good friends.

I enjoyed his ceremonies, as he always put some good action in them that made them more interesting and exciting so that YOU WANTED TO GO TO MORE WITH HIM, AND WE HAD SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT FOR DAYS.

Yes, Leonard may have had some faults, but hell, who doesn’t, we were young. But I never held that AGAINST HIM, AS I WAS ONE, WITH DENNIS BANKS, TO TAKE THE OATH OF “NO MORE DRINKING/PARTYING” AND WE WERE CONDEMNED BY ALL OF THE partiers in the movement.

So I understood the condemnation of Leonard was a lot of bull.
I'm on a very short time limit, so I have to cut this short, but I want everyone to know Leonard fought hard for our peoples and our treaties and our religious rights, he held perhaps THOUSANDS Of CEREMONIES AND BROUHT BACK A LOL OF NATIVE peoples to our religion. We will miss him and I don’t think he wil l ever be replaced.

I'm sorry, but time is up, so I have to cut this short, otherwise I have a thousands more good things to say about my brother Leonard Crow Dog.

Doksha
Leonard Peltier."

Photo of Leonard Crow Dog by Roberto Borrero/ International Indian Treaty Council (2018)

07/06/2021
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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 ;

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