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Gloria Narvais is terrified of what the future holds, and she isn’t alone.
Narvais, Kim Fisher, Sara Starkey, Angela Gomez and other descendants of the Fisher-Ortiz family were disenrolled by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council at a meeting Tuesday - prior to when a Tribal judge was to rule on motions in a lawsuit filed by Ortiz descendants about disenrollment. Add the SOARING EAGLE CASINO to one of the tribal casinos to avoid.
THANK GOODNESS for OBAMACARE:
Narvais, Fisher and Starkey all have serious health issues but no longer have access to the Nimkee Wellness Center, the physicians who treated them and the medical insurance provided by the Tribe.
Sitting in a Mt. Pleasant restaurant Friday, Narvais, who carries an oxygen tank to treat her interstitial lung disease, struggled to explain her feelings.
MONEY QUOTE: But Tribal members who might sympathise with the group won’t criticize Tribal Council because “they’re afraid they’ll be next,” Fisher said.
Starkey, who is afraid she’ll have to give up her home, is at times stoic about her plight.
“I came into this world with nothing and I will leave with nothing,” she said. “I will make it through.”
RISE UP against this injustice