Sep 162020
 
Tribal Council votes to keep child-molester/Oglala Sioux Tribal President in his power seat.

Will any of those suicide prevention strategies include prosecuting and imprisoning all the adults who have been taking sexual advantage of children? Will it include an investigation of all persons in authority who have turned their back on the sexual abuse of children, leaving the children to feel feel trapped – hopeless and helpless?

 September 16, 2020  No Responses »
Oct 212019
 
The Philosophical Underpinnings and Negative Consequences  of the Indian Child Welfare Act

To all the children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews of Roland John Morris Sr, each and every one.
He became involved with politics for you. This paper would not have been possible without his leading so many years ago.
May these efforts bring genuine change to public policy; change that advances your liberty, production, and happiness,
strengthening your lives and those of your children and grandchildren.

 October 21, 2019  No Responses »
Oct 152019
 
Samson Occom - Mohegan tribal member

”I was Born and Brought up in the traditional ways…My Parents Lived a wandering life, as did all the Indians at Mohegan. They Chiefly Depended upon Hunting, Fishing, & Fowling for their Living and had no Connection with the English, excepting to Traffic with them in their small Trifles; They Strictly maintained and followed their traditional Ways, Customs & Religion,

 October 15, 2019  No Responses »
Apr 202017
 
The Ramifications of Native American Heritage on U.S. Constitutional Protections (Video)

Lenore Banning owned over a million feet of timber on her trust land in Washington State, but lived in poverty all her life. She was not allowed to sell any of her timber. Toddler Lauryn Whiteshield was murdered a little over a month after her arrival to her grandfather’s home on the Spirit Lake Reservation […]

 April 20, 2017  No Responses »
Nov 012016
 
Child Abuse and Death Within Indian Country

The original question for this paper was “How has the Indian Child Welfare Act affected the death rate of children living in Indian Country?” However, data concerning deaths of children placed under the Indian Child Welfare Act is difficult, if not impossible, to obtain. Tribal governments are not required to collect or share the outcomes […]

 November 1, 2016  No Responses »
Sep 162015
 
Process Philosophy and Federal Indian Policy

Glenn Martin in his text, “Prevailing Worldviews, wrote, “What we have in Marxism is the most intense effort to date to be absolutely consistent with the presuppositions of process philosophy…” (Martin, 2006). Process Philosophy is the belief that reality involves constant development and change while stability is an illusion – as opposed to Aristotle’s belief […]

 September 16, 2015  No Responses »
Oct 122014
 
AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT, LIES, & THEIR FEDERAL SUPPORTERS

October 12, 2014 Introduction: The American Indian Movement (AIM) and its federal supporters used deceptive, unethical and at times violent methods to achieve their end goal. While purporting to be a non-violent entity focused on the well-being and betterment of the people they said to represent, ‘tribal sovereignty’ was the primary and prized goal – […]

 October 12, 2014  1 Response »
Apr 222017
 
Send a copy to a member of Senate or House Indian Affairs committee FREE - or Purchase a copy for other elected official at discount!

Purchase the book “Dying in Indian Country” for your elected official for the discount price of $14.99 and we will pay the shipping to send it to his/her office. Buy a copy of the book through our website for any state or federal elected official – be it your U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, State legislator, […]

 April 22, 2017  No Responses »