Call to Action: 
Pass Ben Isitt's Council Motion: 
Free Leonard Peltier!


We need your help!
1. Sign up to speak in support Ben Isitt's Motion in front of City Council 
   (sign up before 11 a.m. Wednesday October 12)
 
​2. Attend the Press Conference outside City Hall on Thursday October 13 @ 6:00 pm
   (UVic History Professor Dr. Larry Hannant will be addressing the crowd​)
 
3. Attend the meeting and the motion heard by Council in Chambers 6:30 pm
    City_Council_Motion_Peltier.pdf

4. Email and Inform ​City Council why Leonard Peltier is a local issue, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,
    (Interesting note: He was adopted into Vancouver Island's Kwagiulth Nation in 1976. ​
    Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould's Grandmother adopted him! 
    This was her valiant attempt to prevent Leonard's extradition while imprisoned in Burnaby
    on false pretenses). 
    Peltier's_Adoptive_Mother.pdf

The European Parliament demands Leonard's freedom, as does Pamela Anderson from Ladysmith​, Nelson Mandela, The Dalai Lama, Bishop Tutu and locally Dr. Logan McMenamie and Gordon​. Please urge Victoria Council to join them, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 Tyndall Interview
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Why This Hell - Free Leonard Peltier!
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Steven van Zandt's video song Little Steven "Leonard Peltier" 
"I Will" Clemency Campaign (Bishop Tutu and Prominent Supporters' video)
Jim Page's Song for Leonard Peltier
Warrior--The Life of Leonard Peltier (free online film) ​

Contact: 
Larry Wartels, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.250-388-3847

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Campaign Update and Video Screening

Wednesday Oct. 19 @ 7 pm
Fernwood Hall, 1923 Fernwood Road, Victoria
All Welcome for this Free Public Event

Join and Share the Event on Facebook

Leonard Peltier has been jailed since the 1970's for his role protecting indigenous territory in the face of exploitative mineral interests. Four decades later, the Standing Rock Sioux Nation is spearheading the same fight, challenging the Dakota Access pipeline through indigenous lands.

Please attend this event to learn more about what is going on.
Spread the word! Free Peltier! Solidarity With Standing Rock!


Sponsored by the Social Environmental Alliance
and Amnesty International


Oh and last but not least!
NEXT SEA MEETING: Wednesday Oct 19 @ 5:00 pm,
Fernwood Hall, 1923 Fernwood Road
(before the Leonard Peltier event - 7-9 pm)

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