LEONARD PELTIER WALK FOR HUMAN RIGHTS -- ATLANTA EVENTS APRIL 19 – 23 -- SAVE THESE DATES
A group of American Indians led by Dorothy Ninham (Oneida) together with other supporters of clemency for Leonard Peltier left San Francisco in December, walking across the country to Washington DC with the goal of “advancing the economic social and cultural rights of all people,” as well as drawing attention to the case of this American Indian Movement leader and political prisoner since 1976. Members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee (NC) and Indian communities in Alabama will join the marchers on April 19 in North Georgia, where they will camp before moving to the grounds of the Arts Exchange in East Atlanta on April 23. Among the people attending events are Peltier’s granddaughter and her children.
You are invited to meet them at these events:
· THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 7 pm – Film screening, “Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier” by Suzie Baer, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation on Cliff Valley Way. (Take I-85 access road between N. Druid Hills and Clairmont. Enter from top steps of parking lot, down left hallway to last room on left, room 210.) $3 donation suggested, includes refreshments.
· SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1:00 pm – Assemble at the King Center (exact place to be confirmed early this week), march from the King Center past the Carter Center, ending at Freedom Parkway and Moreland Avenue.
· Interviews on WRFG (89.3 FM):
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, noon to 1 pm (Adam Shapiro, “Current Events”) and
MONDAY, APRIL 23, 6 pm to 7 pm (Heather Grey, “Just Peace)
· MONDAY, APRIL 23, 7:30 PM at the Arts Exchange, 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta 30312:
Dinner and cultural exchange including traditional dancing
Benefit concert by the Ex-Pand Band
$5 donation or more encouraged (free for unemployed)
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