Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Assistant Secretary Indian Affairs Larry Echohawk Fails To Respond To Request To Meet

Native Americans who have had their civil rights violated had requested a meeting with Larry Echohawk during their event June 2 at Pechanga. The paperwork was properly filled out and sent/received within the proper timeframe.

Does this signal that the Obama administration agrees with certain violations of civil rights? Or is it simply the BIA that thinks the extermination of Native Americans is proper?

Mr. Echohawk, stand up for what is right and just. Meet with aggrieved people. What better use for your time than to seek justice?

Pechanga, Snoqualmie, Creek, Cherokee,Redding are just a few of the tribe that have harmed their people. Learn more through the links at the sidebar.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Him and mark think their Muammar Gaddafi.

smokeybear said...

DOES THIS SURPRISE ANYONE? I GUESS WE KNOW WHERE HIS "BREAD IS BEING BUTTERED." I GUESS WE ALL HOPED THAT HE WAS AN "HONEST INJIN?" OBVIOULY HE IS IN "BED" WITH THE DECEITFULL, CORRUPT, AND GREEDY WEASLES. ALRIGHT ALL OF YOU, "ITS ON US." "LETS DO IT." LETS TAKE BACK WHAT WAS STOLEN FROM US.

O Pechanga said...

Send his office another letter saying still waiting

Anonymous said...

perhaps he didnt want to stand accross the street on the corner, you know...where the protest will be. if your gonna report it, keep it realeo yo.

shizzle vizzle

Anonymous said...

All my relations...

Tribes such as Pechanga, Redding, Enterprise, Dry Creek, San Pasqual, Table Mountain, and Picayune must be stopped from the blatant violation of their Peoples tribal, civil, and human rights and the theft of their culture, history, and very birthright as Indian People.

The Picayune tribal council is CURRENTLY engaged in amending tribal ordinances and other controlling documents at Picayune in order to pave the way for imposing further disenrollment/non-recognition of Chukchansi people following previous disenrollment of over 600 people, fully HALF the tribe.

These tribes hide behind sovereignty in order to destroy the culture, history, and heart of the very people they have been entrusted to protect, all in the name of greed and an insatiable lust for power.

If federal agencies refuse to speak to these genocidal acts being perpetrated by corrupt tribal governments against their own People, it is time for Congress to use their plenary power to act. Elders and future generations of our People are being disrespected and their lives destroyed by these tribal entities is growing numbers each and every day.

Bring the People--ALL the People--home to their tribes. Stop the blatant destruction of Indian People and Indian families NOW!!!

david said...

So, relying on others to help you will do what exactly ? Waste time ? Have your case decided in the public forum ? For too long we have been complacent, the US was forged by people who got tired of being complacent and threw off the shackles of the British Empire. Now it's your turn and you want others to fight your battle ? You know what has to be done, are you willing to do it ? Organize your people and protest. Make your voices heard. Good luck to you.