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Post Leonard Peltier Solidarity March, Saturday, FEB 7, Tacoma, WA

The International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier March and Rally for Justice will be Saturday, February 7, 2004 at Tacoma, WA.

12:00 NOON - MARCH FOR JUSTICE
Portland Ave Park (on Portland Ave between E. 24th and E. Fairbanks Ave. Take Portland Ave off I-5 and head east).
1:00 PM - RALLY FOR JUSTICE
US Federal Court House, 1717 Pacific Avenue
CARAVAN FOR JUSTICE
SEATTLE: Meet at 10:45AM at the parking lot at 22nd and Madison.
OLYMPIA: Meet at 10:45AM at Media Island, 816 Adams

SPEAKERS:
Harold Belmont (Suquamish), Elder, Native People's Alliance with Friends and Allies; Dorothy Ackerman (Lakota), Elder; Shelly Vendiola, Indigenous Women's Network/Indigenous Environmental Network; Pete Sanchez (Ktunaxa, "Kutenai"), drummer; Kelly White (Coast Salish), long time Peltier activist is BC; Kerwin Hemlock, drummer; Jeanette Bushnell, Native People's Alliance with Friends and Allies; Michael One Road, Portland AIM; Juan Jose Bocanegra, community organizer and long time Peltier supporter; Matt Remle (Hunkpapa Lakota), Native Youth Action; Steve Hapy, Jr. and Arthur J. Miller, Tacoma LPSG; NW AIM Drum.

"As individual fingers we can easily be broken, but all together we make a mighty fist." - Sitting Bull

Tacoma Leonard Peltier Support Group
PO Box 5464
Tacoma, WA 98415-0454
[email protected]
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