Subject: newsletter Tokata – LPSG RheinMain/Germany Native American Day 2015 -leonard&mumia


“harvey@haveyouthought.com” <harvey@haveyouthought.com> schrieb am 8:51 Freitag, 26.Juni 2015

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Subject: newsletter Tokata – LPSG RheinMain/Germany

From: lpsgrheinmain@aol.com

Date: Tue, June 23, 2015 5:23 am

To:

Tokata – LPSG RheinMain e. V. Newsletter No. 4/2015

looking back:

29.5.2015 Native American Day 2015 in Offenbach am Main, KJK Sandgasse 26. u. a. Concert with the  Menominee-Musican Wade Fernandez and Cheyenne-Arapaoh Mitch Walking Elk.  Also on stage with two Songs , Song for Leonard & Pine Ridge Reservation 75,  Michael Koch, spokesman of the German Peltier Support Group. The evening starts with a movie documentation about the Germn-Lakota Youthproject in 2014.  Another movie, the documentary “I´m the Indian Voice” by Claus Biegert  informed the audience about the case of Native American political prisoner  L. Peltier. The day starts with a Workshop in a School in Offenbach with 30 students.

6.5.2015  the monthly vigil at the  US – Embassy in Frankfurt for Peltier, Abu – Jamal and other politicalk prisoners in the USA.

13.6.2015  Latin American Festival at DGB Jugendclub Frankfurt am Main – Informations about  Leonard Peltier and Mumia Abu – Jamal

locking forward:

26.6.2015 vigil at US – Embassy in Frankfurt am Main with Music and speeches about the so called Incident at Oglala and the case of  Leonard Peltier.  Frankfurt am Main   Giessener Str. 30  17:30 – 19:00 Uhr

26.6.2015 Support copncert in Göttingen for Leonard Peltier at the Victor-Gollanz-Haus der Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker  (Geiststraße 7, 37073 Göttingen).  Christine Brelowski, Andreas Kothe, Gudrun Kynaß und Peter Görn with life Music and readings from Peltiers book “My life is my sundance”

26.6.2015  Oglala Commemoration Day & 3rd Leonard Peltier Day in der Pine Ridge Reservation (Süd Dakota). start:  12:00 high noon at the Little  am the Little Friedhof west from Oglala at Hw. 18.

4.7.2015 Berlin/Germany:   „What does the 4th of July means for the US-political prisoners”?” – With Statements by Leonard Peltier, Mumia Abu-Jamal und others.  Sa. the 4. July 2015 at 15:30   US Embassy at  Pariser Platz 2 in Berlin

4.7.2015 Frankfurt am Main/Germany: “The Indipendence Day and its meaning for Native Americans and political prisoners in the United States” Informations about place and zime coming up soon.

all the power to free Leonard and Mumia

Tokata – LPSG RheinMain e. V./Germany

Verein zur Unterstützung indianischer Jugend-, Kultur- und Menschenrechtsprojekte & Leonard Peltier SupportGroup

 ( LPDOC Chapter #923147)

c/o Dr. Michael Koch/Claudia Weigmann-Koch

Aschaffenburger Str. 135

D – 63500 Seligenstadt/Germany

www.leonardpeltier.de

Konto Sparkasse Langen-Seligenstadt

IBAN:  DE87 5065 2124 0002 1171 33 oder

BLZ  506 521 24  Kontonr.: 2117133

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