"Hope and resiliency.  These are your greatest strengths.  We can work together. 
Sisters and brothers, all of one human family.  Your generation and mine." -- Leonard Peltier

Freedom Fighter's:


Chairman Fred
Hampton, Jr.

Rakaa Iriscience

2Mex

M1 of Dead Prez

Immortal Technique

Talib Kweli

Skyzoo

Reks

T-Kash

The Dime

Arievolution

iamani i. iameni

Eseibio

Bicasso

Mama Wisdom

Buggin Malone

PRODUCERS:


DeeSkee


DJ Child

Statik Selektah







Leonard Peltier is an Indigenous Political Prisoner who was wrongfully convicted in 1977 and has served over 30 years in

 federal prison despite proof of his innocence
—also despite proof that he was convicted on the basis of fabricated and suppressed evidence, as well as

 coerced testimony. Find out more about the case at Leonard's official web site - www.WhoIsLeonardPeltier.info

In order to raise the awareness needed to Free Leonard Peltier, various campaigns have been launched in an attempt to do so.

The Free Leonard Peltier Album: Hip Hop's Contribution to the Freedom Campaign is a calling of various progressive artist & activist

raising awareness and funds for Leonard's Freedom Campaign and is officially endorsed by Leonard Peltier & the Defense Offense Committee. 

               The Free Peltier Album has been featured on:

Sirius XM Shade 45, HipHopdx.com, Okayplayer.com, Urban Nation(Canada) KPFA(Berkeley),

KPFK(Los Angeles), Inter-Tribal Radio(Tacoma), SF Bay View, East Bay Express, Year of the Blacksmith.com,

Native Village.org, Orange County Weekly. 

               Visit us on Twitter  Facebook 


John Trudell a profile of Cowardice by Robert Robideau(click here)


FREE DOWNLOAD OF NEW MIXTAPE!!!

FREE PELTIER: THE LOST CONTRIBUTIONS MIXTAPE(2012)... CLICK HERE

             


                


Free Peltier Free Em All DVD

                                                                Free Peltier Free Em All! DVD Extended Trailer - Mos Def, Talib, Immortal                                                                 Technique,   Mr. Fab, Bun B of UGK, Shock G of Digital Underground, E-40
                                                Join Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr.(POCC) and Aaron Mirmalek (LP-DOC- OAK) as they
                                                  embark on a journey to raise awareness regarding the false imprisonment of Leonard Peltier.



Release Me Video - Arievolution & iamani i ameni

                                                                                                  Release Me Video (The Bill of Rights - Another Broken Treaty)
                                                                                            Arievolution & iamani i ameni

Free Peltier Album Interview

     Interview with Aaron Mirmalek, Executive Producer of 

the Free Peltier Album. 




YouTube Video


Free Leonard & Mutulu - Mopreme Shakur F/ 2Pac & Leonard Peltier
(Unreleased Free LP Mixtape)


Trail of Tears

Trail Of Tears - Mama Wisdom

Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr., Rakaa

Free Leonard Peltier Free Em All!! DVD - Chairman Fred,
Rakaa of Dilated Peoples & Aaron Mirmalek.

YouTube Video


KPFK Los Angeles Radio - Freedom Now's Deedan Interview's Aaron Mirmalek


International Revolutionary Day


International Revolutionary Day 2011

YouTube Video



Free Mumia & Leonard! Eseibio
                                                                                                                                     

YouTube Video

"Build N Destroy Magazine presents.. "The Peope's Report(9/17/2011)"
Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. (POCC) & Aaron Mirmlaek
(LPDOC West Coast Chapter) at Chuco's Justice Center in Inglewood, CA.
Free Leonard Peltier: Hip Hop's Contribution to the Freedom Campaign

track listing:

1. A Piece for Peltier from a Panther Cub,  Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr.
2. Right This Wrong,  Rakaa of Dilated Peoples & 2Mex
3. Hold Your Head Up,  M1 of Dead Prez & DJ Child
4. Political Prisoner,  Immortal Technique
5. When I Rhyme,  Skyzoo, Talib Kweli & Reks 
6. On Leonard Peltier,  T-K.A.S.H.
7. Raid My Home,  The Dime 
8. Release Me,  Arievolution & Iamani I. Ameni 
9. Never Forget, Joe Stuntz  Eseibio 
10. Do It Movin’,  Bicasso & DJ Fresh 
11. Trail of Tears,  Mama Wisdom 
12. Peltier’s Beat Goes On,  Buggin Malone 
13. Right This Wrong (Instrumental),  Deeskee

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Review on Okayplayer.com -   Various Artists:

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It was 1977, and after an eight-month-long manhunt, Leonard Peltier – an AIM (American Indian Movement) member – was convicted and sentenced to two life terms for his alleged involvement in a 1975 reservation shootout that left two FBI agents dead. Since Peltier’s indictment, there has been an innumerable amount of lobbying supporting the innocence of one the FBI’s former Most Wanted Fugitives, citing the insurmountable proof of unjust and unbalanced politics in the way that his case was handled. Meet Free Leonard Peltier: Hip Hop’s Contribution to the Freedom Campaign. 

From west coast to east coast, Hip-Hop artists, both nationally acclaimed and underground, gather to contribute their artistic support on a fundraising project on behalf of Peltier. This compilation is stocked with full-length songs and short commentaries educating and bridging Peltier’s story with that of the oppression, bullying, and grave exploitations of indigenous people across the planet.

“A Piece for Peltier from a Panther Cub,” kicks off this effort with a short introduction by Fred Hampton, Jr.; automatically we can bridge and assume often over-looked connections. Maybe what happened to AIM is no different than what happened to the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense that preceded it? A call to “Right this Wrong” by Rakaa (Dilated Peoples) and 2Mex follows the album’s introduction, while M1 (Dead Prez) teams up with Project Groundation Massive producer, DJ Child, on “Hold Your Head Up.” Most may find it quite difficult to hold anything up if it becomes popularly realized that indeed, “all this drama for Osama” was “really to enslave” us.

But, what ever happened to Jimmy Eagle? And why was Hussein lynched when everyone was searching for Bin Laden?

Immortal Technique – the author of Revoluationary 1 and 2, unfortunately, isn’t featured on an actual song; however, his commentary, “Political Prisoner,” provides the album with another footprint that beams light on the stark reality of the struggles that is often shunned and/or not noticed by Western society. A veering release providing the project with a nice intermission is the highlight, “When I Rhyme.” Featuring veteran-emcee Talib Kweli, up-and-comer Skyzoo, and the extremely under-the-radar Reks, politics is traded completely for rhyming just for one song. The production heard on this track is a nice change amongst such intense talk, and the lyricists present are all extremely sharp.

“Somebody had to get used as the scapegoat.”

The latter half of the album just flows perfectly, without interruption. From the nostalgic “Release Me” to Nikila Mama Wisdom’s “Trail of Tears,” the sequencing couldn’t have been any better. Buggin Malone – a Native American emcee from Milwaukee – brings it all home with “Peltier’s beat goes on….” – a strong track which has a backdrop that may ring a familiar bell among John Legend fans.

As T-K.A.S.H points out, the immoral tactics of creating “witnesses” and withholding important documents on the grounds of “national security,” have been known to most that have ties to the struggles. And while Kamook (Leonard’s old friend) has probably blown through those forty-two stacks provided by the FBI for her cooperation, Leonard Peltier’s next scheduled hearing for parole isn’t until 2024, and that red pickup truck still doesn’t exist.

Does any of this sound familiar? Does tampering with evidence, creating evidence, and terrorizing “witnesses” strike a nerve?

Check out http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/ for more information regarding this album, Leonard Peltier, and his case.

-Julius Thompson


                                 MOVEMENT VIDEOS


Leonard Peltier in Solitary



Russell Means Interview

Talib Kweli Interview on Russia Today



Immortal Technique Interview on Russia Today



M1 of Dead Prez Interview



Leonard Peltier: Political Prisoner(1982)

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