Lenny Foster: Native American Issues and Leonard Peltier

Lenny Foster of the Diné Nation is the Director of the Navajo Nation Corrections Project and the Spiritual Advisor for more than 2,000 Indian inmates in 96 state and federal prisons in the Western U.S. He has co-authored legislation in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado allowing Native American spiritual and religious practice in prison and resulting in significant reductions in prison returns. Continue reading

Sunday 10/28 @ 4pm – Families & Communities Victimized by Police Brutality & Terrorism From the West Coast to the East Coast

Join us for a panel of family members from the East and West Coasts who have lost loved ones to police brutality, as they tell stories of their struggles for justice and strategize on taking action within our communities, to confront police terror and hold them accountable for brutality and racist murder. Continue reading

What Will It Take to Really Work Together Now? Community Meeting at AME Zion Church, NYC 10/20 – All Welcome!

We are a growing group of people who connected through our beliefs that we can create a more just world and that this will happen only when we figure out how to re-member ourselves –how to work with our many ideologies, analysis, faiths, backgrounds, causes and identities instead of in spite of them. Continue reading

Guitarmy / Rebel Diaz To Occupy Bronx Criminal Courthouse For Ramarley Graham Family

This Thursday, September 13, Occupy Guitarmy will join the family of Ramarley Graham at the start of the trial of the NYPD officer charged with the killing of their son. The courthouse will be the site of a large group of social justice activists including Stop Stop & Frisk, Take Back The Bronx and hip hop group Rebel Diaz. Continue reading