Leonard Peltier
Leonard Peltier denied parole

Longest-held political prisoner in United States and Indigenous freedom fighter continues to maintain innocence

The people’s struggle will free Leonard Peltier

Peoples Dispatch speaks to Gloria La Riva, who has spent decades in the movement to free the longest-held political prisoner in the United States

The longest held political prisoner in the United States just got his first hearing in over a decade

After 47 years behind bars, Leonard Peltier’s supporters in the Indigenous movement continue to fight for his release

Movements call for release of the longest-serving US political prisoner

Leonard Peltier, who is imprisoned at the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex in Florida, is 77 years old and has served more than 46 years for a crime that he insists he did not commit.

UN Security Council holds session on Ukraine, Poland pledges arms and other stories

Today we look at the UN Security Council special session on Ukraine, a major oil spill spreading to Ecuador’s Amazon region, and more

US Political prisoner Leonard Peltier tests positive for COVID-19

Supporters are demanding hospitalization and clemency for one of the longest-serving US political prisoners following his COVID-19 diagnosis