Judith LeBlanc: Native peoples have a unique role to play in building a movement that defends the planet, and in creating a future where we all can live in healthy communities.
Judith LeBlanc is a member of the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma. From 2005-2008 she was the National Co-chair of United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) an organization that she helped found. She is nationally recognized as a leader of the US peace and justice movement and has traveled around the world including to Beirut during the 2007 invasion by Israel.
Le Blanc is one of the vice-chairs of the Communist Party USAand chairs it's Peace and Solidarity Commission. She was formerly a reporter for the People's Weekly World, forerunner of the People's World. She has written extensively on her travels toJapan, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon and elsewhere and was an eyewitness reporter on the 9-11 attacks and their aftermath inNew York City.