Disenrollment is an egregious violation of Native Americans' basic human rights and cultural heritage. Silence on the issue is tacit approval
The practice of tribal disenrollment is a clear and blatant violation of Native Americans' basic human rights and cultural heritage. This abhorrent practice has been carried out by some tribal leaders who use it as a tool to consolidate their own power and silence those who dare to speak out against their policies. Many times it has happened just prior to tribal elections.
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It is time for those responsible for disenrollment to be held accountable for their actions. Tribal leaders who engage in this practice must be called out and held responsible for their violations of human rights and cultural heritage.
The very idea of disenrollment is an affront to the values of justice and equality that our country holds dear. By stripping tribal members of their identity and denying them access to vital resources and benefits, tribal leaders are essentially robbing them of their basic human rights.
This is not only morally repugnant but also a clear violation of international human rights standards.
Disenrollment is a direct attack on Native American culture and heritage. For centuries, Native Americans have fought to preserve their identity and traditions in the face of oppression and forced assimilation. By denying tribal members their rightful place within their own communities, tribal leaders are effectively erasing centuries of cultural history and identity.
Despite the clear and undeniable harm caused by disenrollment, some tribal leaders continue to carry out this practice with impunity. They ignore calls for transparency and due process, using their power to intimidate and threaten those who stand up for what is right.
It is time for those responsible for disenrollment to be held accountable for their actions. Tribal leaders who engage in this practice must be called out and held responsible for their violations of human rights and cultural heritage. The federal government must step in to provide the necessary support and oversight to ensure that the rights of all Native Americans are protected.
I call out : Frank Cloutier of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan
He promised my Aunt Dolly and her family were safe from Disenrollment, the next day he rubber stamped her Disenrollment!
He does not even trace to any legal roll and yet remains a member. He is a deplorable, corrupt piece of shit!!!
2. Phil Peters ( deceased )of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan
His adopted white daughter is a member, not even a Native American, still a member while true Saginaw Chippewa have been disenrolled.
3. Tim Davis, Pego, Jackson all do not trace, all disenroll, all white Indians, all pieces of shit!!
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