Native American History Month | Real-to-Reel: A Documentary Film Series
Sponsored by Stuart & Ginger Polisner
WARRIOR: THE LIFE OF LEONARD PELTIER
With filmmaker Suzie Baer, Native American Rights Activist John Kane and Leonard Peltier’s lead lawyers Martin Garbus and Cynthia Dunne in person!
Wednesday, November 16 at 7:30 pm | Members $10 | Public $15 | Includes Receeption
An intimate exploration of the circumstances surrounding the incarceration of Native American activist Leonard Peltier, convicted of murder, with commentary from those involved, including Peltier himself, and lawyer, William Kunstler.
Native American activist Leonard Peltier has spent over 40 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Prosecutors and federal agents manufactured evidence against him (including the so-called “murder weapon”); hid proof of his innocence; presented false testimony obtained through torturous interrogation techniques; ignored court orders; and lied to the jury. People are commonly set free due to a single constitutional violation, but Peltier—innocent and faced with a staggering number of constitutional violations—has yet to receive equal justice. (USA, 1992, 85 min., English, NR, DCP | Dir. Suzie Baer)
Produced by Cindy Campbell
The Free Leonard Peltier Organization Chapter of The International Leonard Peltier Defense Commitee will be in attendance with
information on how to support Peltier’s application for clemency. For more information visit: whoisleonardpeltier.info