THE HOPLAND 74, has put together a letter to Rep. Jared Huffman, of the House Natural Resources Committee to assist Native Americans who have had their civil and human rights violated.
Congressman Jarred Huffman FINAL Doc by Original Pechanga on Scribd
Huffman is descendent of Tecumseh so he better right this wrong
This is a well drafted letter. I hope that more people read it and write their won letters to help validate the points made in this letter.
Letter is a good one...too bad it tells no truth. The only greed was by the former chair and the adults of the 74. It is because of her and her family's greed that we are in such dire financial straits. They were never "Hopland Indians." They were illegally enrolled. Hopland righted a long overdue wrong. Good work Hopland!
Ohhh.. to Hopland.Yes it was long overdue. According to the disenrolled's own family tree- they are from Yorkville not Hopland.
According to whom it was long overdue? One family may think the disenrolled from Hopland was "justified" but you are sadly mistaken. This is just beginning to right some wrong within our tribe. The issues today do not reflect Sandy nor her family.
Again, the voting members who decided to disenroll are not legitimate Members themselves. Some are not with parents OR grandparents on the distribution list. That's an official document recognized by our tribe.
As ranking member, Congressman Huffman, should take the lead in protecting the rights of THOUSANDS of Natives.
WE ARE CALIFORNIANS too....and VOTERS....
Every rez in california was made up of homeless Indians. Who do you think you are going back to a gruesome time in history to pick out the irrelevant?
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