Friday, April 14, 2023

Fighting for Fairness and Justice in Casino Indian Country: The Battle Against Tribal Disenrollment in Native American Communities

Disenrollment is a widespread issue that plagues over 80 Native American communities and represents a despicable abuse of power and a clear violation of human rights.

Tribal disenrollment is a heinous act that represents a despicable abuse of power and a clear violation of human rights. It is a practice that seeks to strip Native Americans of their cultural heritage, their identity, and their voice. Those who carry out this practice are nothing less than oppressors, seeking to maintain their power and control over tribal communities through the most heinous means possible. It is an affront to justice, fairness, and basic human decency

As a society, it is our duty to stand up and speak out against this injustice. This fight is not just about tribal membership, it is about upholding fundamental principles of fairness and justice.

The disenfranchisement of Native American communities cannot continue unchecked. We must demand that those responsible for these practices are held accountable.

Congress and Native advocates have an important role to play in speaking out against this injustice and supporting those who have been disenrolled. Together, we all must work towards ensuring that each member of tribal communities are treated with dignity, respect, and fairness.

We must amplify the voices of those who have been disenrolled so that their stories can be heard and their rights protected.

It's time for us to work together to bring an end to tribal disenrollment and to ensure that the cultural heritage of Native American communities is respected and preserved for generations to come.

This is not just a fight for justice and fairness, it is a call to action for all of us to stand in solidarity with those who have been disenfranchised and to demand accountability from those who seek to deny us our rights.


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