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Free Leonard Peltier!


A shout out to Olympia, WA: You’re invited to the unveiling of a new mural in honor of Leonard Peltier, Monday, 12 October, noon-3:00 p.m. 421 4th East. See you there!

Ira Coyne, Chauncey Peltier share about the Mural dedicated to Leonard Peltier October 11th, 2015 at 5pm


A local sign painter and muralist in Olympia, Ira Coyne, heard Chauncey interviewed by Raven Redbone on his show Make No Bones About it on KAOS radio. When Ira learned Leonard was a painter, he looked up his work and was taken by the pink lion depicted in Stalking. He then reached out to Raven and Chauncey to turn this piece into a mural at our city’s artesian well. Chauncey is now in Olympia for the week to work on the mural with Ira and anyone else who shows up at the well to lend a hand. (The official ribbon cutting for the mural will coincide with Olympia’s Inaugural Indigenous Peoples Day, this Monday October 12, at 12:00 pm by Olympia’s Artesian Well.)

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Who is Leonard Peltier?

Chauncey Peltier on Make No Bones About It. Sepember 20th ,2015 at 4pm


Chauncey Peltier is Leonard Peltier’s son and a Board member of the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. He was only 10 years old at the time of his father arrest. This one singular event was extremely devastating for Chauncey, it left him without a father forcing him to care for himself and his family. Chauncey has been involved in his father’s struggle for freedom all of his adult life and is the Director of Art for the ILPDC. If interested in displaying Leonard Peltier’s art in your local area, want to purchase an original oil painting or print or wish more details on Leonard’s art please contact Chauncey at clpeltierartgallery@gmail.com