Racial Justice and Indigenous Solidarity

Leonard Peltier Will Remain In Prison

By Craig Simpson The Federal Parole Commission has denied Leonard Peltier parole. Tuesday July 2 the FPC dismissed  the evidence of his declining health- Diabetes, hypertension, partial blindness from a stroke, despite his nonviolent record in the prison, and bouts of COVID, his age- 80; […]

National Day of Mourning

National Day of Mourning 2023

ORIENTATION FOR 54th NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING 11.23.23 WHAT IS NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING? An annual tradition since 1970, National Day of Mourning is a solemn, spiritual and highly political day. Many of us fast from sundown the day before through the afternoon of that […]

Hearing on Indigenous People’s Day

One of our MA Indigenous Legislative Agenda bills (S.1976/H.2989) calls for Massachusetts to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day. At least fourteen states currently celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, including Maine and Vermont – but not Massachusetts. Unfortunately, last year our bill that would have replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day died in […]

Indigenous Peoples Day Boston

Boston Marches for Indigenous Peoples Day

Rally and March for a statewide Indigenous Peoples Day in Massachusetts! Rename Faneuil Hall! Hosted by IndigenousPeoplesDayMA, UAINE (United American Indians of New England), NAICOB (North American Indian Center of Boston), Cultural Survival, New Democracy Coalition, MA Indigenous Legislative Agenda

Free Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier’s 79th Birthday Action

September 12, 2023, is Leonard Peltier‘s 79th birthday!  We are asking you to join NDN Collective on the ground in Washington, D.C. to take action and call for our elder’s release. What: Leonard Peltier‘s 79th Birthday Action When: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 | 12 PM – 2 PM ET Where: 1600 Pennsylvania […]