2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference
On Wednesday, November 13, President Obama will host the White
House Tribal Nations Conference at the Department of the Interior
in Washington, DC.
The conference will provide leaders from the 566 federally
recognized tribes the opportunity to interact directly with the
President and members of the White House Council on Native
American Affairs. Each federally recognized tribe will be invited
to send one representative to the conference. This will be the
fifth White House Tribal Nations Conference for the Obama
Administration, and continues to build upon the President’s
commitment to strengthen the government-to-government relationship
with Indian Country and to improve the lives of Native Americans.
As is our custom, the LPDOC will be onsite to provide a visible
presence for Leonard Peltier and to conduct outreach with Tribal
representatives. Our day will begin at sunrise in Simon Bolivar
Park, located south of the Department of Interior, Eighteenth and
C Streets, NW, Washington, DC.
The nearest metro stations: Farragut West (0.7 miles) and Foggy
Bottom (0.8 miles).
If you are unable to attend, please sponsor someone who can.
If you live in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, please help
spread the word. Download our flyer; post and/or distribute
it throughout the area:
Need more information? Please send an e-mail inquiry to our event
2013 Leonard Peltier Holiday Gift Drive
Children's Winter Clothing,
Toys and School Supplies
only send NEW items for children of ALL ages. Blankets,
sweaters, coats, hats, gloves, jeans, warm socks, etc. Donors tend to send
small sizes often. Please remember that our teens
need some holiday cheer, too!
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa
Indians, Belcourt, North Dakota (Leonard Peltier's Nation)
TMBCI Holiday Gift Drive
Attention Cindy Malaterre
PO Box 900
Belcourt, ND 58316
Oglala Nation, Pine Ridge, South Dakota
Paul Waha (Shields) Peltier
PO Box 646
Pine Ridge, SD 57764
November—Washington, DC: White House Tribal Nations Conference
Vigil and Standout
November—Plymouth, MA: 44th National Day of Mourning
For scheduled events, see
February 2014—Tacoma, WA: 18th Annual International Day of
Solidarity with Leonard Peltier. A march will begin at noon
at Portland Avenue Park (on Portland Avenue between E. 35th and E.
Fairbanks). A rally will be held at
the U.S. Federal
Court House, 1717 Pacific Avenue. This regional event
is sponsored by the LPDOC Chapter - Tacoma. Contacts:
Prepare now for YOUR event/action to mark the International Day of Solidarity with Leonard
Peltier (on February 6th, the anniversary of Leonard's arrest in
1976). Get out into your community.
Educate everyone you meet about the Peltier case.
whoisleonardpeltier.info/educate.htm. Motivate others to
join the movement to free Leonard Peltier.
Make a noise. Assemble at a federal court house, embassy or
consulate. Carry signs and banners in support of freedom for
Bring Leonard Peltier Home Concert in NYC
Leonard Peltier International Tribunal
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