[Ppnews] Thirty One Years of Injustice! - Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
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Tue Feb 6 11:28:56 EST 2007
From: <info at leonardpeltier.net>
Thirty One Years of Injustice! Freedom NOW for Leonard Peltier !
Feb 6, 2007 marks the 31st anniversary of Leonard Peltier's arrest in
Canada, which later led to his illegal extradition to the United States
using coerced and fraudulent testimony. THIRTY ONE YEARS later, Leonard
Peltier remains in prison, even though the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals
ruled "There is a possibility that the jury would have acquitted Leonard
Peltier had the record and data improperly withheld from the defense been
available to him in order to better exploit and reinforce the
inconsistencies casting strong doubts upon the governments case ." Yet the
Court denied Mr. Peltier a new trial. Leonard Peltier remains in prison.
THIRTY ONE YEARS OF INJUSTICE!
FREEDOM NOW for LEONARD PELTIER!
Leonard Peltier Support Groups (LPSGs) build awareness and unity.
It is Leonard's request that all support groups nationally and
internationally work under the direction of the Leonard Peltier Defense
We are providing you with an update on events and projects that are
currently scheduled by supporters and Leonard Peltier support groups in
collaboration with the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee.
Please click here for more information:
EVENTS and PROJECTS:
LPDC LEONARD PELTIER CD:
The Leonard Peltier Defense Committee (LPDC) has begun work on a new tribute
to Leonard Peltier, a Leonard Peltier compilation CD.
This CD will be very much like the "Songs for Leonard Peltier" album which
came out several years ago, and included music from renowned artists like
Jim Page, Bruce Cockburn, Joanne Shenandoah, Mitch Walking Elk, and Buffy
Sainte-Marie. The LPDC is looking for songs particularly and specifically
about Leonard or about the general state of Native America but that include
Leonard. They have set a deadline of February 6th, 2007 (the anniversary of
Leonard's arrest) for submission of music. All songs need to be submitted
via MP3 and with lyrics to:
J.D. NASH ( Oglala Commemoration Committee)
email: <mailto:nash at betarecords.com> nash at betarecords.com
Els Herten ( International Peltier Forum)
email: <mailto:ipforum at skynet.be> ipforum at skynet.be
Now it's time for your WORK to begin! If you don't have a song about Peltier
ALL songs will be heard and the ones selected will be included on this new
musical project. Proceeds from the sale of this CD will benefit the LPDC
directly and help pay for Leonard's continuing legal battle for FREEDOM!
LEONARD PELTIER ANNUAL GIFT DRIVE
Gently Used clothing and New Clothing, are always needed and welcomed by
residents of the following reservations:
Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Standing Rock, Fort Peck, Havasupai, and Pima
Maricopa Indian Community. For further information please contact the
Leonard Peltier Defense Committee at
Email: info at leonardpeltier.net
Telephone: 915 - 533-6655
LPDC FREEDOM CHAT ROOM:
What will you be doing on February 6th?
Please join us for our monthly online chatroom "LPDC Freedom Now"
When: February 6th at 7:00 p.m. (mtn time)
Where: <http://www.paltalk.com/> http://www.paltalk.com/ under ethnicities
section, sub; Native American. Paltalk is a free chatroom download.
If you have any questions regarding the chatroom, please contact
<mailto:Tamra at NDNnews.com> Tamra at NDNnews.com.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
SMOKI MUSUEM- ELDER WARRIOR ART EXHIBIT
Address: 147 N. Arizona, Prescott Arizona
Website: <http://www.smokimuseum.org/> http://www.smokimuseum.org/
Dates: Feb 2 - April 8, 2007
Opening reception, lectures, performances and activities around the new
exhibit featuring the artwork of Leonard Peltier. Celebration events feature
performers and guest speakers including Hopi Elder Radford Quamahonqnewa,
Bob Robideau and Toni Zeidan, Co-directors LPDC, Barry Bachrach and Mike
Kuzma, Leonard Peltier Legal Team, and Michael Blake, author of Dances with
Wolves, Reggae Bands, Native Roots and Casper, the Havasupai Youth Group and
Michael Goodluck, Navajo flutist.
Please click here for additional information:
LPSG South Bay is showing the film
"Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier"
on Tuesday 6th February in San Jose, to honor him on his 31st year of
This documentary was produced by Suzie Baer and has lots of footage of
Leonard, some before he was arrested. There is also footage of Dino Butler,
Robert Robideau and others. It is an excellent documentary and covers a few
decades of the ongoing struggle for self-determination and an end to the
theft of native land by Native people here in this country.
Please come to this event, bring your family and friends.
Date: Tuesday 6th February
Time: 6:00pm - 10:00pm, the film will most likely start between 7:00pm -
Place: Pagesincolor.com Fair Trade Store,
(upstairs in the Temekula Gallery)
Address: 888 East Santa Clara Street
(near 19th Street, across street from Roosevelt Park)
San Jose, CA 95116
Come early for light refreshments, socialize and time to look around the
only Fair Trade store in San Jose. We will have an update on Leonard's case.
Stay for questions and answers after the film. For more information, please
call Donna at (408) 293-4774 or cell (408) 569-6608 or email
dbwall at earthlink.net
United American Indians LPSG and the Boston International Action Center will
be hosting an event. Contact: <mailto:info at uaine.org> info at uaine.org
Feb 6th Event: Bette of the Philadelphia, (PA) LPSG will be showing
"Incident at Oglala" followed by discussion with family and friends.
Contact: <mailto:PhillyLPSG at aol.com> PhillyLPSG at aol.com
NYC LPSG group will be hosting and event on
Date: Feb 6, 2007
Location: International Action Center
55 West 17th Street
NY NY 1011
Contact: <mailto:nyclpsg at yahoo.com> nyclpsg at yahoo.com
Live Music hosted by WAYQUAY
W.ind Running Mouth Radio
and Special Guests from near and far
Please click here for more information:
LEONARD PELTIER SUPPORT GROUP: 14th ANNUAL NW REGIONAL
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY FOR LEONARD PELTIER
MARCH & RALLY FOR JUSTICE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 2007, TACOMA, WA.
12:00 NOON: MARCH FOR JUSTICE Portland Ave. Park (on Portland Ave. between
E. 35th & E. Fairbanks. Take Portland Ave. exit off I-5 and head east)
1:00 PM: RALLY FOR JUSTICE U.S. Federal Court House, 1717-Pacific Ave.
Performances by: The Aztec Dancers, United Nations: Native Rap Activists
Matilaja: Yu'Pik/Yakama, Tacoma LPSG: M.C.
Robert Robideau: Co-Director of the LPDC and Co Defendant
Shelly Vendiola: Indigenous Women's Network
Steve Hapy: Tacoma Leonard Peltier Support Group
Arthur J. Miller, Tacoma Leonard Peltier Support Group
David Duenas: Puyallup
Juan Jose Bocanegra: Every Worker's Movement
Frank Reynolds: Native American Coalition
Bill Bichsel: Catholic Worker, JWJ
Zoltan Grossman: Olympia Movement for Justice and Peace, Faculty Evergreen's
Native American Studies
Please click here for more information:
WORLDWIDE CARD WRITING CAMPAIGN
January 12 - February 6, 2007
On February 6th, 2007, it will be exactly 31 years ago since Leonard Peltier
was arrested in Canada.
Like the two previous years, we have put postcards online, which you can
print out and send to the White House. The address is on the card. Please do
not forget to sign the cards and add your personal message on the back.
To download / print the cards, go to:
To save the card(s), right click it with the mouse and save to your own
files, from where you can print it/them out. Or right click it/them and
Please inform the IPF <mailto:ipforum at skynet.be> or the LPDC
<mailto:info at leonardpeltier.net> how many cards you will send, and in which
country you live.
Thank you !
FREEDOM NOW for Leonard Peltier!
Contact information for Leonard Peltier Defense Committee :
Email: <mailto:info at leonardpeltier.net> info at leonardpeltier.net
Phone: 915- 533-6655
Website: <http://www.leonardpeltier.net/> http://www.leonardpeltier.net/
Freedomwalk: <http://www.freedomwalk.com/> http://www.freedomwalk.com/
Leonard Peltier Defense Committee & Leonard Peltier Legal Team
Bob Robideau- Co-director LPDC Barry Bachrach
Toni Zeidan- Co-director LPDC Mike Kuzma
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