To our Family and Friends in Indian Country: One of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, who has been disenrolled has begun a petition to urge the White House to look into the disgraceful actions of corrupt tribal councils across the country. PLEASE HELP US GET THIS PETITION in FRONT OF THE PRESIDENT BY SIGNING and SHARING. Here is a text of that petition:
Defend the civil rights that are being violated here in the U.S. on our Native American tribal lands with no due process Our people are suffering at the hand of rogue executive committees on Native American tribal lands. Our civil rights are being violated with no due process.
The BIA and DOJ have snubbed their noses to this growing problem. Thousands of Native Americans are stripped of their rights and heritage. It is time for Congress to step in and join us in a "sign on " letter to bring the attention this matter deserves. How can we defend one Chinese man when thousand of our Native American are suffer from these people who have corrupted our tribes, and they think cannot be stopped. Please help us in our fight to get our voices heard. We have spoken to many great Senators and Congress people and have gotten great response
The White House gives us helpful hints as to how to get signatures on our petition
You now have 30 days to get 25,000 signatures in order for your petition to be reviewed by the White House. Until your petition has 150 signatures, it will only be available from the following URL and will not be publicly viewable on the Open Petitions section of We the People: http://wh.gov/Ed1
Here are a few tips to help you promote your petition and get to 25,000 signatures:
1. Email: Email your petition to your friends, family and others who care about this issue. Below is a sample email you can forward to your friends right now.
2. Facebook: Post your petition to your Facebook wall to let folks know about it. Hereâs a sample message you can cut and paste into your Facebook status: I just started a petition on the White House petitions site, We the People. Will you sign it? http://wh.gov/Ed1
3. Twitter: Tweet about your petition. Hereâs a sample tweet you can use: I just started a petition on the White House Petitions site, We the People. Will you sign it? http://wh.gov/Ed1
We can't sit back and wait for someone else to help us, if we aren't willing to help ourselves. Please sign the petition and send the link out to ALL your friends asking them to help.