Free Leonard Peltier And All Indigenous Political Prisoners – Film Series

Free Leonard Peltier And All Indigenous Political Prisoners – Film Series is an initiative in Philly to bring awareness of the resistance and political struggles that Indigenous people within the Americas are facing.

PAST SCREENING

WARRIOR, The Life of Leonard Peltier
Documentary by Suzie Baer
To watch the film online visit:
https://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/home/resources/multimedia/
Shown on April 15, 2018 at the Wooden Shoe Bookstore – PHILLY
https://www.facebook.com/events/245949909282769/

To Support Leonard Peltier

Join our facebook social-group: FREE LEONARD PELTIER
Follow Indigenous 215:  https://www.facebook.com/indigenous215/

Leonard Peltier (born September 12, 1944) is an American Indian activist, a citizen of the Anishinabe & Dakota/Lakota Nations, and leading member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) who has been imprisoned for 42 years as part of the US government’s ongoing war against Native Americans, Indigenous peoples of the Americas. He is now old and ill, but unbroken and remains one of the greatest leaders of our times for the Indigenous resistance against colonialism and oppression worldwide.

Support for our leader and warrior. He is in need of medical attention and is requesting to be transferred closer to his home and his family.

To learn more about Leonard Peltier and the Indigenous resistance in the USA, visit: https://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/

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This initiative is organized by Indigenous 215, Humbleman, Free Leonard Peltier and Philly with Standing Rock.

 

CIRCLES

Study Group on Colonization and Decolonization

Limited to target audience: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas and Black communities of the Diaspora
Fall 2017-Winter 2018 Session: In progress
Next Session: 
TBA – Location: TBA

FOR MORE INFORMATION visit and/or send message via:
https://www.facebook.com/indigenous215/

CIRCLES is a radical-reading group that unapologetically holds space for healing and emotional development surrounding cultural, historical and identity issues resulting from colonization. With intentionality, we create open dialogue that fosters solidarity among Indigenous peoples of the Americas and Black communities living in the city and build new practices while honoring the work of our ancestors and past movements of liberation.

CIRCLES is organized into three phases. The first phase is a Study Circle where we explore text from Colonization and Decolonization – A Manual for Indigenous Liberation in the 21st Century. The second phase, we convene for a series of gatherings where we envision other forms of radical-reading circles. The third phase, we co-lead new circles. Our goal is to raise solidarity between these communities that speak specifically to our need for decolonization and reconstruction.

We read Colonization and Decolonization – A Manual for Indigenous Liberation in the 21st Century written and illustrated by Zig-Zag. This manual is divided into four sections, allot 2 hours for each section.