Alliance for Freedom for Leonard Peltier will be sponsoring a gathering
rally and prayer circle at the White House beginning November 26th at
10 AM to uplift President Obama to grant Executive Clemency to Leonard.
There will be a spiritual encampment and elders council taking place at
Greenbelt Park in Maryland beginning November 25th.
Leonard has been unjustly incarcerated for almost 40 years. We are
calling for an Interfaith gathering of people of all walks of life to
unify in support of Leonard’s freedom. Bring your drums, signs, and
banners, to uplift all causes for human rights, peace and justice, and
the environment. This event is non-violence, no drugs, no alcohol.
We will be holding daily rallies and vigils outside the White House,
including ceremonies, music, fasting, and speakers. People of all
nations stand in solidarity for Freedom for Leonard Peltier! Check out
Facebook ” peltier rally in dc “, for more info.
On Thursday November 26th we will have sunrise ceremony at Greenbelt
Park. We will then have a prayer circle at 10 am at the White House for
Leonard Peltier in Solidarity with the ceremonies simultaneously taking
place on Alcatraz.
On Friday November 27th We will meet at the White House at 10 am for a
prayer circle, followed by a walk to the Canadian Embassy and a prayer
circle there for the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada. We
will then walk to the National Museum of Native Americans and have a
prayer circle there for Sacred Sites to be respected
On Saturday November 28th we will be hosting a Victory Dance to thank
the Drum, the Songs, the Dance, and to thank President Obama for
stopping the Keystone Pipeline. All drums welcome. Location TBA
On Sunday November 29th we will have a walk/run in solidarity with
the Sand Creek Massacre Memorial Run, and will have a Candlelight Vigil
at the White House for all of the victims of violence everywhere.
More events and information will be posted on the Facebook as they are confirmed.
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