GB No. 8, summer 1992
The Honourable George H. W. Bush, President of the United States of America, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W., Washington, D.C. 20500, USA.
We, the members and supporters of the Polish American Indian Friends' Association (PSPI) appeal to the US Government and to you, Mr President, to show a gesture of goodwill toward the Native Americans after five centuries of their discrimination.
We ask you to free Leonard Peltier, imprisoned leader of the American Indian Movements and to give pardon to all Native Prisoners, especially to the death row convicts.
We, the members and supporters of the Polish American Indian Friends' Association write to you, Mr Prime Minister because of the still ongoing struggle of the Lubicon Lake Cree Nation.
Since you are ultimately responsible for the problems of the Lubicon People we ask you to undertake efforts to solve this issue once and for all. We strongly suggest that your government resumes true negotiations with the Lubicon People in order to achieve a settlement of the issues, which include an ecologically sound forest management with the participation and control of the Lubicon Lake Indian Nation.
We expect that during the negotiations no assaults on the Lubicon Territory or its natural resources will be undertaken and that we will be informed on your steps, so we could communicate the information to the Polish, European and Indian People.
These appeals were undersigned by over 1000 people.
Indian Friends' Association
P.O.Box 4, 15-472 Białystok