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#LandBackDrop the charges against the Black Hills Land DefendersNick Tilsen Krystal Two BullsNataanii Meansand all Land ...
08/10/2020

#LandBack
Drop the charges against the Black Hills Land Defenders

Nick Tilsen
Krystal Two Bulls
Nataanii Means
and all Land Defenders !

NDNCollective

Solidarity from Paris, France - October 7th, 2020

Paris, France - Solidarity with #LandBack / #NDNcollective /
Drop the charges against the Black Hills Land Defenders

On October 7th, 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, several people gathered at Place de la Concorde, in Paris, near the U.S. Embassy to express our solidarity with the LandBack campaign and to ask to
Drop the charges against the Black Hills Land Defenders (Nick Tilsen NDNCollective , Krystal Two Bulls - https://www.facebook.com/krystal.twobulls, Nataanii Means - https://www.facebook.com/nataanii.means and all the others)

Several collectives were represented such as the Committee in Solidarity with the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (CSIA-Nitassinan), the Leonard Peltier Support Group (LPSG-France), the Collective "Freedom for Mumia", the Commitee in solidarity with Georges Abdallah, the Movement Against Racism and for Friendship Amongst Peoples (MRAP) and the Collective Faty Kumba.

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#AbolishColombusDay #LandBack2020

Also, next Saturday, on october 10th, 2020, a conference will be organized in Paris for the International Day of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples, with the participation of several indigenous delegates Kali'na ("French" Guiana), Terena (Brazil), Mapuche (Chile), Aymara (Bolivia) and Diné-Navajo (USA). More info here -> http://www.csia-nitassinan.org/spip.php?article1157

In friendship and solidarity,
Sylvain (CSIA-Nitassinan & Leonard Peltier Support Group - France - Freepeltier France)

Native Outlawz
08/10/2020

Native Outlawz

Ed Kabotie
08/10/2020

Ed Kabotie

As a young boy, the music of the Native American Motown Band, XIT, touched my soul. My father's artwork was featured on the cover of their third album, "Relocation", and this, as well as the band's previous releases, "Plight of the Redman", and "Silent Warrior", were part of my dad's 8 Track collection. I was moved by the words and spirit of the music, and kinda wore out the tapes. Lol... I had a brief opportunity to work with the band as a drummer after I graduated from high school. With permission, I recorded a rendition of their song, "Someday", on my second album. Over the last few years, my band has been working on some 'yotified' renditions of classic XIT tunes, and recently recorded a performance of the songs at The Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff, IrieZona. The "XIT Tribute Show with Tha 'Yoties" will air on Indigenous Peoples Day (Columbus Day), Monday, October 12th, 6pm Hopi/AZ/Pacific (7pm Navajo/Mountain, 8pm Central, 9pm Eastern) via Facebook and YouTube. A cry for the plight of the people and lands of Indigenous America. Check it out live at:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/edkabotie
Youtube: www.youtube.com/edkabotie
Aaaooowww!!! \m/ #XITforever

Leonard: Political Prisoner
08/10/2020

Leonard: Political Prisoner

"For native people, education and incarceration are inextricably intertwined. A good example of that is Colonel Richard Henry Pratt, who infamously said, "Kill the Indian, save the man." He actually took the methods that he used at Fort Marion, Florida for assimilating native warriors who were in prison, and he applied those methods to the first off-reservation, Indian boarding school, which is the Carlisle industrial Institute. Indian boarding schools and prisons are institutions of settler colonial confinement, and because of that, there are these inextricable linkages for native people between schools and prisons."

UCLA professor Dr. Tria Blu Wakpa talks Leonard in a special bonus episode out next Thursday, October 15th.

Last year Tria curated “Carceral Liberation? A Native American Prison Art Show” @Avenue50 which featured several of Leanard's paintings.

#freeleonardpeltier
#historypodcast
#indigenouspeoplesday
#indegenousrights
#native
#truecrime
#prisonreform
#leonardpod
#ucla

Warrior Women
02/10/2020

Warrior Women

#FollowTheMatriarchs: Nellie Red Owl was a Lakota midwife born and raised on Pine Ridge. She was part of a group of elder women who were always there to support the American Indian Movement - it was actually the influence of women like Nellie who brought AIM to the reservation to support the people. You can see her beautiful smile in her mug shot from the political trials that followed the occupation of Wounded Knee in 1973. #ThrowbackThursday

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
01/10/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

#AIMTwinCities

28/09/2020
Northern Cree

Northern Cree

Sîtiskâtowin- “to support one another” (See-tos-ka-to-win)

It is important that we teach our children the history of this land before 1867(Canada was formed), or the 1600’s. It is important that we teach our children about the arrival of others to this land. It is important that we teach our children how the people’s whom were already here when others arrived on the shores of this great land, helped those others survive and establish themselves. It is important that our children are taught about the agreements that were formed to equally share and prosper from this great land. It is important that our children learn about these agreements going forward...the Treaties. Proper dialogue and education (the Canadian education system has failed everyone in not properly teaching this and therefore has lent itself to the ignorance many have with regards to this.) can address and help in this matter.
There is a very rich history to this land that was established before 1867, or if you will the early 1600’s

Northern Cree supports and stands with the great Mi’kmaq Nation as they stand for their inherent right to accrue a livelihood on this land!

The drum is powerful, singing is healing. This is an honour song sung for our Mi’kmaq relatives on the frontlines, and also our four legged relatives and the water beings.

“Kaskitew maskosis astam ote pe-nimihito”
“Little Black Bear come here, dance with us”

Kâhkiyaw nistameyimakanak “All our Ancestors”

Sîtoskâtowin! “Support One Another”

#NorthernCree
#mikmaqstrong
#HonorTheTreaties

Leonard: Political Prisoner
28/09/2020
Leonard: Political Prisoner

Leonard: Political Prisoner

In 1968, Johnny Cash visited Wounded Knee while staging benefit shows on reservations to raise money for schools.

Cash joined Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Robbie Robertson in 1980 to call for the release of Leonard Peltier.

#freeleonardpeltier
#leonardpod

Luis
27/09/2020

Luis

Proud to have been born into AIM. My mom still does Lakota beadwork and beaded this piece with cut beads.

Leonard: Political Prisoner
25/09/2020

Leonard: Political Prisoner

Leonard has dreamed of being an artist since childhood, and during his four decades of wrongful imprisonment, he has developed into a talented painter. At whoisleonardpeltier.info you can purchase some of his newest prints to support his legal defense.

#freeleonardpeltier
#prisonart
#indigenouswomen
#socialjustice
#truecrime
#historypodcast
#artistsoninstagram
#leonardpod

Women Of AIM
24/09/2020

Women Of AIM

23/09/2020
JOHN TRUDELL TRIBUTE

JOHN TRUDELL TRIBUTE

this took a while a special tribute to our beloved leader and poet john trudell. the way we intended it. here you go ohn this is for you. your real send off

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
23/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

#AIMTwinCities

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
23/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

#AIMTwinCities 😎✌❤

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
23/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

Respect due to the Minnesota Two-Spirit Society for their diligent work at the Wall of Forgotten Natives. Getting the shelter, housing and resources people need to keep moving forward. #WallofForgottenNatives #TwoSpirit

Fondation Frantz Fanon - Officiel
22/09/2020
Fondation Frantz Fanon - Officiel

Fondation Frantz Fanon - Officiel

Intervention de Mireille Fanon Mendès France au séminaire virtuel Géopolitique, colonialité et libération, le 17/09/2020 :

"Nous vivons aujourd’hui dans un monde où l’ordre international a été façonné par 500 ans d’hégémonie blanche occidentale. Cette hégémonie économique, politique et civilisationnelle s’est formée sur le génocide, la conquête, la traite négrière transatlantique et la mise en #esclavage.

Elle s’est maintenue jusqu’à nos jours à travers le #colonialisme et l’impérialisme s’exprimant aussi bien contre les peuples que contre les populations du nord au sud. Le processus violent de subjugation des populations non européennes va s’accompagner du développement d’un ensemble de discours justificateurs qui vont naturaliser la domination par la racialisation.

La race blanche et sa #suprématie vont s’inventer au fil de la constitution de cet ordre international mis en place par l’Europe puis par l’Occident dans lequel nous vivons encore. L’invention des races considérées comme inférieures, civilisables et colonisables se développe dans ce même mouvement, car le système monde eurocentré, qui va enfanter l’ordre capitaliste globalisé contemporain, s’appuie sur une véritable division raciale du travail à l’échelle globale.

Dès 1492, lors d’arrivée de marins et de soldats dans des terres jusqu’alors inconnues, les peuples s’élevant contre le pillage de leurs ressources naturelles furent massacrés. Vaincus par les armes et les pacotilles qui leur étaient proposées, ils ont laissé -et n’ont eu parfois d’autre choix- s’installer des comptoirs avec l’appui de banques parmi lesquelles on peut citer la JP Morgan Chase, le Crédit suisse et la Banque de France…

Les fondations de la #mondialisation étaient posées, la libre circulation des biens était portée sur les fonds baptismaux du capitalisme, celle des personnes étant régulée par la suprématie blanche : les #Africains arrachés à leur tribu au fond des cales –statut qui leur est encore réservé lorsqu’ils veulent migrer pour raisons de guerre ou économico-environnementales- et les Européens-colons sur le pont ; ils pouvaient aller où ils voulaient et cette possibilité leur est toujours offerte… "

https://fondation-frantzfanon.com/geopolitique-colonialite-et-liberation/

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
22/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

#NativeWomenMatter #AIMTwinCities

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
22/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

#AIMTwinCities

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
21/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

Red Fawn Fallis an Oglala Lakota water protector was sentenced to 57 months in prison on charges stemming from her arrest while opposing the Dakota Access pipeline. Fallis was arrested in October 2016 when hundreds of law enforcement officers descended on a protest camp in the pipeline’s path to forcibly evict its residents. She was accused of firing three shots from a revolver underneath her stomach after being tackled by several officers and pinned face down in a ditch alongside the highway. She has been freed this month.

We Salute you!❤✌😎

#RedWomenWarriors
#AIMTwinCities
#AmericanIndianMovement

Links:
https://youtu.be/adn_R2hfEEM
https://youtu.be/N7Ahgkhf86g
https://youtu.be/yGce35IJ8HA

Leonard: Political Prisoner
19/09/2020

Leonard: Political Prisoner

Muhammad Ali fought for Native Americans rights. He joined The Longest Walk in 1978, and in 1976 he traveled to Cedar Rapids, Iowa during the trial of Dino Butler and Bob Robideau to show his support for Leonard's friends. In Season 2 you'll hear all about it.

#freeleonardpeltier
#muhammadali
#truecrimepodcast
#historypodcast
#indigenousrights
#socialjustice
#bwphotography
#leonardpod

Leonard Peltier Clemency Actions
18/09/2020

Leonard Peltier Clemency Actions

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TOGETHER WE CAN FREE LEONARD PELTIER

CALL THE WHITE HOUSE COMMENTS LINE DAILY
(202) 456-1111 or (202) 456-1414
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Tweet to @WhiteHose
@TheJusticeDept

Post to twitter and use the hashtags:
#FreeLeonardPeltier
#LeonardPeltier and
#FreePeltier
Let's try to get these tags trending!

You can get a twitter account in minutes at:
twitter.com

You don't have to wait for business hours.
You can tweet anytime.

Email or Write the White House
https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/write-or-call

Respectfully, ask for executive clemency for Leonard Peltier.
Leonard has very little time left. If we don't come together to fight for his freedom, he will die in prison for a crime he did not commit.

Sign the Amnesty International petition and join 100,000,000 others in seeking justice for Leonard

http://act.amnestyusa.org/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1839&ea.campaign.id=27118

Please take some time every day to remember Leonard in your prayers AND then also act on them!

Everything you do matters.
Everythin you do is important.

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis
18/09/2020

AIM of Twin Cities & AIM Patrol of Minneapolis

Helen "Granny" Red Feather, Wounded Knee Veteran, Standing Rock Water Protector

"My name is Helen Red Feather, I am a native of Wounded Knee. I’ve been with the American Indian Movement for over 40 years. All of my blood relatives and family from Wounded Knee are AIM supporters. I am a 1973 Wounded Knee Veteran. With AIM, I traveled to Washington DC, Gordon NB for Yellow Thunder, Custer SD, and Traveled to Scotts Bluff NB, and Boulder, CO. I also was a front liner during the Occupation in Wounded Knee in 1973. My mom and I have felonies that were acquitted from the 1973 occupation." December 22, 2013.

Helen was also at Standing Rock during the occupation of the Dakota access pipeline in 2016. And protested the recent arrival of Donald Trump at Mount Rushmore this year.

"We gotta get rid of these f**king money hungry greedy people...It’s sad. I cry. Why can’t they just respect Grandmother Earth, you know? Respect my ways, you know. Their ways don’t work."

LINKS:
https://youtu.be/VgKKMD8OGA4

https://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2017/02/red-feather-time-to-stand-up-and-be.html?m=1

https://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/08/white-clay-protest-pepper-spray-and.html?m=1

#AmericanIndianMovement #AIMTwinCities #RedWomenWarriors

Indigenous Action
15/09/2020

Indigenous Action

Members of the O’odham Anti-Border Collective are asking allies to rally in front of the DeConcini Federal Courthouse in Tucson, AZ at 8AM on Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2020 to protest the charges brought against two Women Water and Land Protectors who temporarily halted construction of the border wall on Sep. 9th, 2020 outside A’al Vappia/Quitobaquito Springs near Ajo, Arizona.
Supporters are asked to meet in front of the Arizona State Bldg- 400 W Congress St (@ the corner of Congress & Granada) @ 8am.
The O’odham Anti-Border Collective are demanding that all charges against our Land and Water Protectors be dropped and the wall construction be halted.
Bring signs and banners: "Drop the charges!" "Stop the wall!" "Protect O'odham jewed (land)!" Etc.
Please share with all your networks and please keep each other safe. Tomorrow wear face masks and respect social distancing.

Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison
14/09/2020
Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison

Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison

An Indigenous water protector who was arrested during protests against the Dakota Access pipeline has been released from federal prison. Prosecutors accused Red Fawn Fallis of firing three shots from a handgun as police in riot gear, wielding batons, surrounded her to make an arrest amid mass protes...

Redfish
14/09/2020

Redfish

Happy 76th birthday to Native American rights activist and political prisoner Leonard Peltier. He was wrongfully sentenced to two-lifetime imprisonments in 1977, for aiding and abetting in the alleged killing of two FBI agents and is currently one of the longest-serving political prisoners in the world, having spent 43 years in prison.

Peltier was an active member of the American Indian Movement (AIM), an Indigenous rights advocacy group that organized against the racism and police violence experienced by American Indians. His trial was full of discrepancies, distortions and inconsistencies. For instance, three witnesses who placed Peltier near the scene of the crime later recanted, stating that the FBI had tied them to chairs and coerced their testimony. The legal misconduct was so severe that Peltier has received support from individuals and organizations as diverse as Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights. His sentence is viewed as a retaliation against the American Indian Movement’s struggle for self-determination in the 71-day takeover of Wounded Knee in 1973.

"The only thing I am guilty of is struggling for my people."

FREE PELTIER / HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEONARD FROM FRANCE - Members of CSIA-Nitassinan / Leonard Peltier Support Group in France...
14/09/2020

FREE PELTIER / HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEONARD FROM FRANCE - Members of CSIA-Nitassinan / Leonard Peltier Support Group in France since 1978, of the Committee in Solidarity with the Peoples of Chiapas in Struggle (CSPCL) and "Echanges Solidaires" met on Saturday, September 12, 2020, to work on importing coffee from Zapatista communities in Mexico. We also took the occasion to celebrate the birthday of the Indigenous political prisoner, Leonard Peltier (76 years old, 45 of them in prison in the United States for defending his peoples and culture), and thus express our solidarity!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEONARD! HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEONARD!

#FreePeltier #FreeLeonardPeltier #NoWarriorForgotten #FreeEmAll #Justice4Peltier #AIM4FREEDOM

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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...
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