Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Origins of Tribal Disenrollment Lecture

Hopefully, they will discuss the unfairness and unaccountablility that tribes are guilty of.. Ironic that it's a Tillie Hardwick Lecture Series. Didn't Pinoleville TERMINATE Tillie's family?

The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC)
Tillie Hardwick Lecture Series presents:

The Origins of Tribal Disenrollment

If you have wondered about the nature of tribal disenrollment
issues, this lecture may answer a host of questions for you. What is the
origin of tribal disenrollment ? Are there jurisdictional parameters? Why is
it a growing issue for tribes throughout California and the nation? What are
the options for individuals who are disenrolled? Do tribal governments have
an obligation to provide civil rights protections and due process to persons
undergoing disenrollment? These and other important issues will be probed in
this lecture. Whether you are Indian or non-Indian, this information will
enlighten you. Join us for an informative afternoon on this timely topic.

Saturday February 28, 2009 Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

FREE admission To Public.

The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
5250 Aero drive, Santa Rosa, Ca 95403

phone: 707 579 3004 | fax: 707 579 9019 | Web address:

1 comment:

stand your ground said...

Sounds interesting...wished I lived