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Over the past 27 years, various teams have headed LPDC campaigns to win freedom for Leonard....and yet, he remains imprisoned. Efforts to educate and raise awareness about Leonard's case remain a critical need. And key to meeting that need is continuity of access to essential information and documentation.

Message from the Outgoing LPDC Board
February 5, 2003

A "Thank You" to Supporters
& Welcome to New LPDC Leadership Team
from the former LPDC Committee (1998-Jan2003)

Committee Board, Staff & Support Components:
Mar 1998 to Jan 2003

LPDC Time Line: Actions 1998 to 2003

Organizational Chart: Restructuring Early 2001

This site was originally created, in part, to promote the campaign efforts of the March 1998 - January 2003 committee of the LPDC. From its inception, however, the principal purpose has been to serve as a comprehensive repository for accurate information on the case of Leonard Peltier. While it no longer serves as a voice for the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, its educational purpose has not changed. Therefore, the site continues as a resource tool on the legal case, as well as on the historical events encompassing that particular time-period on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

In addition to building and retaining archived documentation, this site will also serve as a public record of this former committee's tireless efforts and work to obtain justice in the case of Leonard Peltier. Finally, it remains as an ongoing tribute to the steadfast efforts of Leonard's legal defense team as well as to the countless other individuals who have provided support for Leonard's case over the years.

For information about current advocacy efforts and legal strategies on the Peltier case, and how you might assist, please contact the LPDC.




This is an educational and non-commercial web site created and maintained by Degiya'göh Resources.

Please contact the new LPDC at:

P.O. Box 583
Lawrence, Kansas 66044
Phone: 785-842-5774785-842-5774
Fax: 785-842-5796

February 2003

NEW Committee E-Mail:

[email protected]