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Seeking Justice and FREEDOM!
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On the Passing of Carter Camp a great Warrior and Brother.
Statement from Leonard Peltier on the passing of Carter Camp. USP Coleman Prison December 31, 2013 Greetings my Relatives, friends and supporters, This is an open letter to Carter Camp’s family and loved ones. I have just heard the news of my brother's pass...

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Seasons Greetings!
Greetings my relatives, friends, and supporters: In this season of giving, receiving and acknowledgement of blessings, I want to acknowledge all of the people who have helped me all of these years and I want the supporters outside the U.S. to know I appreci...

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On the Passing of Nelson Mandela - Leonard Peltier December 5, 2013 6:30 PM
Greeting my relatives, friends, and supporters: It saddens me to hear that a great man like Nelson Mandela has departed from this lifetime.  He was a man who was truly inspirational and showed us the possibilities of how a continued struggle by indigenous p...

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Day of Mourning Statement from Leonard Peltier November 2013
Greetings my relatives friends and supporters It is yet another year.  It seems like a thousand years ago but only a year in time in reality from the last time I dictated one of these statement for the day of mourning so, again, I want to say as last time, ...

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Statement from Leonard Peltier 11/11/2013
Greetings my relatives, friends and supporters, I am communicating to you today to address some of the concerns about the changes that have taken place within the organization that leads the efforts to bring about my freedom. I am referencing the LPDOC as y...

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A New Direction for the LPDOC
November 8, 2013 Dear Supporters of Leonard Peltier, After three years of being a part
of the campaign to free Leonard Peltier,  I am closing that chapter of my
life and moving on.  We have had a  chance to  use our
creativity in bringing awareness to this ...

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Native History: More Than 300 Dakota Sentenced to Death
This Date in Native History: On November 5, 1862, a five-man military commission convicted 319 Dakota men in connection with a series of armed conflicts in southwestern Minnesota. Of the 392 tried, 307 were originally sentenced to death—later reduced to ...

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The Oglala Commemoration Auction is Now Open
The Oglala Commemoration Auction is now open to raise funds for the 2014 Oglala Commemoration in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 26 June 2014.  Visit .   E-mail all bids to ; Subject l...

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03 November 1972: Occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building in Washington, DC
On Nov. 3, 1972, protesters from the Trail of Broken Treaties Caravan occupied the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) offices in D.C. for six days. Read the 20-Point Manifesto, it begins: "We seek a new American majority - a majority that is not content merely ...
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