Incarcerated for nearly 25 years despite pleas for his release by the Dalai Lama, Bishop Desmond Tutu, and others, Leonard Peltier is one of the most famous and most controversial Native American prisoners in the US. Kojo hosts a discussion about Pelttier’s case and his recently released prison memoir.

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  • Harvey Arden Editor of "Prison Writing: My Life is My Sun Dance" (St. Martins Press)

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