Leonard Peltier Denied Freedom By President Obama

In his final day in office, President Obama has denied clemency to imprisoned Native American activist Leonard Peltier. Peltier was convicted of murder of tw0 FBI agents on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota in 1975. There is,… Read More

The Man Who Prosecuted Leonard Peltier Believes He is Innocent

Public outcry to free Leonard Peltier is rising as even the chief prosecutor during Peltier’s 1977 trial and following appeal has signed a petition calling for Peltier’s clemency. Peltier was convicted of murder of tw0 FBI agents on… Read More

WATCH: Obama Urged to Free Native American Activist Leonard Peltier

Democracy Now! recently published the proceeding segment where host Amy Goodman spoke to guests Martin Garbus, one of the country’s leading trial lawyers and lead counsel for Leonard Peltier; and Norman Patrick Brown, survivor of the 1975 Pine Ridge shootout,… Read More

‘Mourning Day: Water is Life, Life is Struggle’ By Leonard Peltier

BY LEONARD PELTIER Via CounterPunch   Here we are again. This time the year is 2016. It has been more than 41 years since I last walked free and was able to see the sun rise and sit… Read More

WATCH: Rally at Coleman Prison in Support of Prisoner Strike

Originally published by ItsGoingDown.org: Activists from across Florida, including GJEP’s own GE Trees campaigner Ruddy Turnstone (who is operating the megaphone in the video below), attended a demonstration Sept. 9, focused on calling attention to the modern-day slavery… Read More