Despite a heavy police presence at the Capitol closing some access routes to the event, the Stop Tribal Genocide protest had a great gruop of speakers etail the issues of Indians vs. Indians.
Columnist and author Jaqueline Keeler soke on tribal sovereignty and being an Indian in 21st century America.
Sandy Sigala and Michelle Hammock spoke eloquently on the Hopland unlawful disenrollments. We hope to have the text of Michelle's presentation shortly.
Dayna Barrios taled on her Masters thesis on Disenrollment.
The organizers of the event Emilio Reyes, Yulu Elwes, kept things moving. The event was covered by television station KRCA.
Indianz.com mentioned the protest in an article published today. Pechanga.net owner Victor Rocha reportedly told an emailer of the protest to Take him off his list....jerk.
Tomorrow's protest march at the BIA begins at 7:30 am we will have pictures.... stay tunes