‘The movement of our people that has existed ever since Columbus landed in the Caribbean belongs to all our people. It needs no sanction from anyone. It belongs to no man or no woman. It truly belongs to our people because it is the spirit of our people saying, ‘We want to regain what we lost and protect what we have for ourselves and our future generations.’”
Leonard Peltier has spent long decades in prison for his role in the just and heroic resistance of Native people — including in the events of Wounded Knee 2 and its aftermath. He was hunted down and condemned through a horrific railroad and crudely racist hysteria at the hands of the FBI and federal government.
We have published and discussed the story and terrible conditions of Leonard Peltier many times since our Kasama discussions started five years ago. And we urge everyone reading…
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