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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Monday, September 5, 2022

Leonard Peltier's Walk to Justice arrives in Menomonie, Wisconsin


Leonard Peltier's Walk to Justice arrives in Menomonie, Wisconsin
Photos courtesy Leonard Peltier's Walk for Justice
Walking from Minneapolis to Washington, for freedom for Leonard Peliter, walkers
arrived in Menomonie, Wisconsin. 

Join Walk to Justice Today in Eau Claire Wisconsin
Owen Park Bandwell
Sept. 5, 2022, 6 pm

Come join the “Walk to Justice” in Eau Claire Wisconsin to pray, listen to speakers and traditional song for the freedom of Leonard Peltier. The walk is a 1103 mile walk from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Washington DC, hosted by the American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council, to ask for justice through releasing Leonard Peltier. Leonard Peltier is the longest indigenous political prisoner held by the United States Government.
We welcome traditional dancers, singers and all to come join us in Eau Claire. The event will begin at 6 pm Central time in Eau Claire at the Owen Park Bandwell.


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