established by Congress to conduct a comprehensive study of federal, state, local, and tribal programs and to develop recommendations, goals, and plans for achieving goals, for federal policy relating to these children, as well as modifications necessary to improve programs that serve children of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian heritage at the federal, state, local, and tribal levels.
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.
”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,
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, […]
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 […]
FULL Video shows verbal abuse of high school students before viral clip with Native Americans. Be HONEST and DISCERN entire unedited incident. Some people appear to actually WANT a race war and claim it will make life better – but for who?. HATE never makes ANYTHING better – for ANY side. Hating and hurting others […]
by Thomas F. Sullivan For generations, the residents of the Pine Ridge Reservation have lived with unemployment and poverty rates that have never been seen in the majority community even during the Great Depression. According to an MSNBC Report on Pine Ridge on May 29, 2014, “Roughly four out of five residents are unemployed and […]
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 […]
While the vast majority of comments and feedback about the book, ‘Dying in Indian Country’ have been extremely supportive – (an untold number of Americans [both tribally enrolled and not] have experienced and felt the same things we have) – there are still a few out there repeating the same stuff thrown at us in the […]