The last month has been a busy one at the LPDOC office. We’ve reached tens,
if not hundreds, of thousands of people in North Dakota and the surrounding area
with the simple but firm message that Leonard Peltier must be free. In the last
month we have received coverage from every major media outlet in Fargo and Grand
Forks, held a major rally at the site of Leonard’s conviction, organized a
display of his art at a
downtown gallery, and run a full-page ad and cover
article in a popular weekly newspaper. Those of you who could not make it can
watch part of Russell Means’ speech on You Tube

Although we have accomplished much in terms of education, we have also incurred
substantial expenses along the way. Your financial assistance is needed more
than ever to help us move forward into the new year with a new website and
newsletter (yes, it’s finally coming). Please contribute directly or purchase
some raffle tickets for a chance to win a signed Leonard Peltier painting
(details below) and help spread the word about Leonard’s case.

Raffle for Freedom in 2009
Cost: $5 ea. or 5 for $20 (all proceeds to LPDOC)
First Place, Painting by Leonard Peltier
Second, Poster-size Lithograph of Painting
Third, Incident at Oglala DVD, Songs for Leonard Peltier CD, and
T-Shirt

(Drawing will be held at the end of the month).

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse Benefit Songs is now available re-mastered to CD
music includes “Song for Leonard Peltier” by Jim Page, “Anna Mae” by
Larry Long.  $15.00 including shipping. 

Send checks or money orders (be sure to indicate it’s for raffle tickets) to:
LPDOC
Box 7488
Fargo, ND 58106