Mexican Americans are Natives

We Are Protesting to Being Mislabeled & Denied Our Homeland

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WE ARE NOT ALLOWING INVADERS TO IDENTIFY US


By letting the settlers identify you, you give up your identity and shame your ancestors. If the pilgrims can trick you into believing you're Latino, Hispanic, illegal, immigrant, mestizo, metis, etc. and that you aren't Native American, they erase your ties to your own homelands. This is how they attempt to maintain possession of your own home! 


WE ARE NOT BEGGING FOR RECOGNITION BY THE OCCUPIERS 


We never asked the wasicus (white man) to tell us who we are. So why are we letting them decide who is Native American and who is not? We are the only ones who can call those shots on our ancestral land.

We are reclaiming our right to self identify as Native Americans again. Who are these immigrant Europeans to break into our homelands, attempt to seperate us with borders, and begin to rename us and reclassify us? That's why many of us are falsely labeled with Latino, immigrants, Latinx, Hispanic, foreigners, mestizo, illegals, aliens, and other low caste or half caste terminology to erase us from our roots. This is how the Euro-Americans fool us into not claiming our lands. We are Turtle Islanders, Anahuacans, the original native inhabitants of the Americas. We do not claim the European blood in us because of the way it was forced into us - by rape.

We know who we are! Stop begging the wasicu to let you stay in your own homeland; stop allowing them to label you as the foreigner, while they label themselves as "American" and claim the land as theirs. 


Start demanding the right to be in your own homelands as living, breathing Brown Natives. We are the majority in our homeland and have the power. We just have to act like it!


WE ARE RECLAIMING YOUR HOMELAND FROM THE SETTLERS 


We are not going to continue to be tricked into accepting a fake identity! Our homelands extend from Inuit Lands to Mapuche Lands; from Alaska to Patagonia! You get to claim this only if you claim your Native Identity!!  If you consider yourself Hispanic, Latino, Mestizo etc., you are calling yourself an immigrant from Europe! You have no land rights here. You are homeless! You are a sellout to wasicus and inviting them to manipulate and abuse you and your family and steal your homeland. And you are leaving the weight on the rest of us to fight the fight.


WE ARE NOT ALLOWING THE SETTLERS TO IDENTIFY US! 

WE ARE NOT BEGGING FOR RECOGNITION FROM THE COLONIZERS! 

We do NOT seek recognition from any current European-American nation or state in the Western Hemisphere (USA, Mexico, Canada, etc).  These are all European created and run governments.  If you seek recognition from non Native Americans, then you are acknowledging their legitimacy and thus giving up your Native rights to the land of your ancestors!


- Inspired by: Brown Continent and Choose Native 2020 Census

"Trump Wall" and the USMCA

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Violation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

The proclamation of a National Emergency at the US-Mexico border by President D.Trump effectively and procedurally blocks the approval of the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) by the US Congress, as prima facia evidence of violation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples articulated in USMCA Article 32.5:  Indigenous Peoples Rights Section A – Exceptions.

The proclamation of a National Emergency at the US-Mexico border by President D.Trump in order to build “Trump Wall” is a violation of the Right of Free, Prior, and Informed Consent  which is a required criteria for projects that impact the territories and human rights of Indigenous Peoples under the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007).

The proclamation of a National Emergency at the US-Mexico border by President D.Trump in order to build “Trump Wall” is a violation of the US-Mexico Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) which established the initial border between the two countries after the US waged war on Mexico in pursuit of continental territorial domination under the racist ideology of Manifest Destiny. The “Trump Wall” is the contemporary articulation of Manifest Destiny, a policy of international aggression and executive action in violation of the Peace established by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo between the two countries. The international border established by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) was modified in order to facilitate US corporate economic interests by the Gadsden Purchase (1853) and migrated south to its present location bisecting the northern territories of the Continent Abya Yala [Americas].


Just as was the case of NAFTA in 1994, the state parties to the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) and the Gadsden Purchase of 1853 did not consult nor consider, did not recognize nor respect the territorial and human rights of the Original Nations of Indigenous Peoples in the treaty territories.

D.Trump branded the USMCA as a new “modernized” NAFTA. In the historical context of the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and now the 2019 USMCA, no evaluation on the economic impact of the USMCA which is required of the US Congress before any “Fast Track” approval, can legitimately avoid addressing the “modern” context of the 2007 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

The designation of Indigenous Peoples in the USMCA is definitive, in terms of the recognition of Indigenous Peoples as “peoples”. In the context of the 2007 UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which was not yet in place in 1994 during the original NAFTA agreement, the recognition of Indigenous Peoples in an international commercial agreement necessarily is accompanied and contextualized by the recognition of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as articulated and affirmed in the relevant International Instruments such as Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Global Compact on Migration (2019) and the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights (1948).


The principle of non-discrimination is a preemptive norm in international law.  Therefore, the recognition of Indigenous Peoples as “peoples’ in USMCA Article 32.5 Indigenous Peoples Rights must be taken as an affirmation and commitment to recognize, respect, uphold and institute guarantees of protection for the collective rights of Indigenous Peoples, equal to all other peoples, without illegal or arbitrary discrimination, including effective consequences in the form of legal remedies to address the violation of these rights.

Consultation is not the same as consent. 


From the text of USMCA 2018:

Subject to Legal Review for Accuracy, Clarity, and ConsistencySubject to Language Authentication32-1CHAPTER 32 EXCEPTIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONSSection A – ExceptionsArticle 32.5:  Indigenous Peoples Rights

Provided that such measures are not used as a means of arbitrary or unjustified discrimination against persons of the other Parties or as a disguised restriction on trade in goods, services, and investment, nothing in this Agreement shall preclude a Party from adopting or maintaining a measure it deems necessary to fulfill its legal obligations to indigenous peoples.


Of the three countries engaged in the USMCA, Canada was the only government that provided reference of context for this operative Article of the USMCA.  This implies that the Canadian interpretation of standards regarding Indigenous Peoples Rights across the USMCA market zone will prevail.   The reference of context was given in a footnote that reads:  

“For greater certainty, for Canada the legal obligations include those recognized and affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 or those set out in self-government agreements between a central or regional level of government and indigenous peoples”. 

Self Determination and Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the New NAFTA Trade Zone of North America [Canada-US-Mexico]

Whether it is Canada’s claim of succession to territorial jurisdiction via the Doctrine of Discovery (1492) and the Papal Bulls Inter Caetera (1493) under the terms of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, or the US claim under the SCOTUS Johnson v. M’Intosh decision of 1823, or the claim by the Republic of Mexico under the Constitution of 1917 to “original property of the state”: All three federal superstructures of both common law and civil law lineage and precedent share in illegal collusion and complicity the normalization of the racist tenets of the Doctrine of Discovery of Christendom. In spite of UN General Assembly resolution 1514 (1960) which proclaimed colonization as an illegal violation of International Law, this colonial geopolitical infrastructure of the states of North America under which the original NAFTA was implemented continues as norm, policy and law even now under the mechanisms of “modernization” per USMCA 2018.  It is a legaloid system.

You do NOT need to be recognized by the BIA to be Native!

The Bureau of Indian Affars is known by many Native Americans as playing a police role in which the U.S. government historically dictated to tribes and their members what they could and could not do in accordance with treaties signed by both.

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"Card Carrying Indians vs Those Who Don’t"


In the Indian world, those who have BIA “cards” are considered “real Indians” and those who don’t, aren’t.  It’s a sad commentary, really, because it draws a line in the sand and actively, systematically encourages both discrimination and the eventual elimination of Indian tribes, well, of government sanctioned Indian tribes, as we know them.  Why?  Because unless the tribal members “marry native,” eventually, their blood quantum, the percentage of Indian blood they carry, will be reduced to under the amount required for tribal membership, a percentage established by the tribes themselves.  Then there won’t be issues about obtaining that precious BIA card from the government that identifies them as “Indian,” and entitles them to a number of services, because there won’t be any more “Indians.”  They, along with the BIA who issues the cards, will have legislated themselves into the group of “have nots,” the “not real” Indians that the card carrying Indians so often disdain.  Indeed, the line in the sand that includes/excludes the BIA card and tribal membership encourages discrimination both inside of and outside of the Native community.


I have often wondered if this is just another kind of long-term institutionalized genocide, one that Native people and tribes have bought into in order to obtain the services today that their people need.  In time, the “Indians” will be gone, in another generation or two, which was, after all, the original intention of the government – to exterminate the Indians one way or another – through death, sale into slavery, religious conversion, assimilation – anything to make them non-Indian and to “go-away,” of course, leaving their precious land behind.  By the tribes’ own definition of who is and is not an Indian, they will shrink their own numbers until they become extinct or so small as to be inconsequential.  So the government doesn’t have to do anything, except wait, because the “shrinking” criteria for being “Indian” has been established and agreed to by all parties involved.


Why, you ask, wouldn’t the Indian tribes simply change their definition of blood quantum to include more people?  That is a political question, and the answer even more so, but in essence, there is a pot of money, often including casino revenue, and the pot must be divided by the number of tribal members.  Some tribes have actually tightened their membership requirements.


by Roberta Estes

Native Herritage Project 

Your Indigenous Identity

Indigenous Name and Identity

You may wish to change your birth name (your slave name/colonial name) to an indigenous / Native American name.


Nobody has the right to force you to carry any "identity card" (ID).


It is not illegal to make an identity card under any name as long as it does NOT replicate a government issued ID card.


It is not a crime to change your name at will, calling yourself anything you desire, so “fake ID” is not really fake. 


Governments look at you as sheep and want you tagged with their ID just as a farmer does with his cattle to keep track of you.

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BORDER CROSSING RIGHTS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

Facts About The Jay Treaty For
Canadian-Born Native Americans

NOTE:

If you live in Maine and have more questions, you can contact Maine's Native American Unit [3]of Pine Tree Legal Assistance. 

If you live in the U.S. but outside of Maine, go to this list of Indian Legal Services programs [4] to find help in your state.

In Canada, contact Aboriginal Legal Service of Toronto [5] or Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development [6].

Native Americans may have problems getting jobs, government benefits or services because their rights under existing U.S. law are misunderstood. Many of those rights arose out of the "Jay Treaty". The "Jay Treaty" is an agreement signed by the United States and Great Britain in 1794 to allow Canadian born Native Americans to travel freely across the U.S./Canadian border. The "Jay Treaty" recognized that,

The Indians dwelling on either side of the...boundary line...{shall have the right} freely to pass and repass by land or island navigation...and to navigate all the lakes, rivers and waters thereof, freely, to carry on trade and commerce with each other.

Since 1928, United States law has specifically recognized the right of "American Indians born in Canada to pass the borders of the United States" but has limited that right to "persons who possess at least 50 per centum of blood of the American Indian race." 8 U.S.C. 1359. If you are a Native American born in Canada of 50% or more "Indian blood", you have specific rights and benefits.

Some of the specific rights include the right to:

  • Cross the U.S./Canada border freely
  • Visit the United States
  • Live or work in the United States

You do not have to:

  • Have an alien card "green card".
  • Register at the Post Office as an alien
  • Obtain work authorization.

The U.S. Government cannot:

  • Deport You.
  • Exclude You from entry.
  • Deny You services.
  • Impound or search sacred objects you have in your possession having religious significance to you as a Native American.

This is a very brief summary of the rights and benefits which are recognized by the Federal government and the State of Maine. This list should not be considered a complete summary of the aboriginal border crossing rights of Native Peoples and First Nations. For more information on your rights as a Canadian-born Native American, go to the more detailed AILA Jay Treaty Information [7].

Publication Volume: 2010.2Main Legal Topic: Native American [8]Cross Border Rights [9]Facet Content Type: Newsletters [10]Source URL (modified on 11/02/2018 - 9:11am): http://ptla.org/wabanaki/cross-border-issues-jay-treaty

Links
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[4] http://www.judicare.org/content.cfm?PageID=52
[5] http://www.aboriginallegal.ca/
[6] http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/
[7] http://www.ptla.org/border-crossing-rights-jay-treaty
[8] http://ptla.org/legal-topics/native-american
[9] http://ptla.org/legal-topics/cross-border-rights
[10] http://ptla.org/search-facets/newsletters

TREATIES ARE SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND.

UNITED STATES WENT BANKRUPT IN 1933

TREATIES ARE SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND. UNITED STATES WENT BANKRUPT IN 1933 THERE FOR An EXECUTIVE ORDER DOES NOT SUPERSEDE A TREATY. AND THE UNITED STATES HAVE 2 CONSTITUTIONS!!! THE 2 CONSTITUTIONS AND THE DE FACTO EXECUTIVE ORDER ARE NULL AND VOID.. .. BECAUSE THE BANKRUPTCY. OF 1933 IS NOT RATIFIED OR IN A DIALOG WIT THE PEOPLE OR PEOPLES OF THE WORLD. AND AT THIS TIME THE UNITED STATES SURRENDERED WILLINGLY THERE OWN SOVEREIGNTY, EVEN STATES became a for-profit corporation under 28- USC 3002 WITH CHAPTER NUMBER EVEN STATES HAVE A CHARTER NUMBER.


The United States of America De Facto have no LAWS and their STATUTES are copy written fraud in the highest, definitely, no HAVE SOVEREIGNTY as they are and have been bankrupt 4-times; the first following the Revolutionary War: Remember a Bankrupt Nation is no longer Sovereign. This Corporation (1779) a French Corporation was established by what 3-entities? Now Foreign to us? Correct? Can you say Corporate Policy rather than law and statute AKA Fraud? Resolution # 80-4 of the Tetuwan Treaty Fort Laramie 1841-1851-1868 -Corporations have no say...


THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA CORPORATION HAS 4 BANKRUPTCY AND NO FEDERAL WRIT OR TREATY.


4 Bankruptcy's of the United States of America in The District of Columbia concerning The Colonial Wars (1689-1763) - Lewis & Clark-The Union War: The Revolution war and The Bankruptcy of The United States United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993, to the Indigenous of Turtle Island, aka Red Nation

It is an established fact that the United States Federal Government has been, Dissolved by the “Emergency Banking Act, March 9, 1933, 48 Stat. 1, Public Law 89-719; declared by President Roosevelt, being bankrupt and insolvent. H.J.R. 192, 73rd Congress, M Session June 5, 1933—because of the Bankruptcy of the United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993, Vol. 33 where all of Congress was forced to adjourn

“Without Day” in 1861 March 3, “sin die.”


CHARTER NUMBERS OF 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EACH OFFICE


United States Government - 052714196

( de facto executive orders due to the Bankruptcy of 1933 of the United states of America - A fraud in the highest way --an executive order does not supersede Treaty and a Chartered corporation can not supersede a Nation or a Country ESPECIALLY A  BANKRUPTED ONE, LIVING ON FRAUD )

US Department of Defense (DOD) - 030421397

US Department of Justice - 011669674

US Department of Homeland Security - 932394187

US Department of the Interior - 020949010

Bureau of Customs & Border Protection (CBP) - 796730922

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) - 037751583

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - 878865674

Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms & Tobacco (BAFT) - 132282310

Federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - 926038563

Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) - 926038407

State of Iowa - 828089701

State of North Dakota - 098564300


THIS IS WHY I ASKED THE QUESTION. SCENE WHEN DOES A DE FACTO BANKRUPTCY GOVERNMENT ABLE TO WRITE A DE FACTO EXECUTIVE ORDER..AND SINCE WHEN DOES A DE FACTO EXECUTIVE ORDER Supersede a TREATY OF THE WORLD!!!!


- Joann spotted bear

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CULTURAL ASSIMILATION


The cultural assimilation of Native Americans was an assimilation effort by the United States to transform Native American culture to European–American culture between the years of 1790–1920. George Washington and Henry Knox were first to propose, in an American context, the cultural transformation of Native Americans. Since those days, things have changed and we are now free to be ourselves again and reclaim our identity without any threat of penalty by the European occupiers. 


 The American Indian Religious Freedom Act: Public Law No. 95-341, 92 Stat. 469 (Aug. 11, 1978) (commonly abbreviated to AIRFA), codified at 42 U.S.C. § 1996, is a United States federal law, enacted by joint resolution of the Congress in 1978. Prior to the act, many aspects of various Native American religions and cultures had been prohibited by law. It was enacted to return basic civil liberties, and to protect and preserve for American Indians their inherent right of freedom to believe, express, and exercise the traditional religious rights and cultural practices of American Indians.  The Act required policies of all governmental agencies to eliminate interference with the free exercise of Native American religion and culture, based on the First Amendment. It also acknowledges the prior violation of that right.

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United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (DRIPS)

These articles basically state that WE as indigenous peoples of THIS LAND we call AZTLAN (CA, NM, NV, AZ, UT, CO, TX) Have HISTORIC rights to live and thrive on it without being forced to assimilate (8. 1 and 8-2(a))    This is probably why the U.S. voted against it in the first place, also the fact that it doesn't state who is an indigenous person. Another reason could be “What the states have been saying is, ‘This is not your land anymore,’ but the declaration is saying, ‘Yes, this is their land, and you have to deal with it.’ “quoted from the article below. 


http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/dec/16/obama-adopts-un-manifesto-on-rights-of-indigenous-/ 


This spells out a huge victory to all of us to be acknowledged us as Indigenous and Native to these Southwestern, North American lands.    Link to the U.N. document in PDF. 


http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/DRIPS_en.pdf


Article 8  


1. Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right not to be subjected to forced assimilation or destruction of their culture. 

2. States shall provide effective mechanisms for prevention of, and redress for: (a) Any action which has the aim or effect of depriving them of their integrity as distinct peoples, or of their cultural values or ethnic identities; (b) Any action which has the aim or effect of dispossessing them of their lands, territories or resources; (c) Any form of forced population transfer which has the aim or effect of violating or undermining any of their rights; (d) Any form of forced assimilation or integration; (e) Any form of propaganda designed to promote or incite racial or ethnic discrimination directed against them.  


Article 26  


1. Indigenous peoples have the right to the lands, territories and resources which they have traditionally owned, occupied or otherwise used or acquired. 

2. Indigenous peoples have the right to own, use, develop and control the lands, territories and resources that they possess by reason of traditional ownership or other traditional occupation or use, as well as those which they have otherwise acquired. 

3. States shall give legal recognition and protection to these lands, territories and resources. Such recognition shall be conducted with due respect to the customs, traditions and land tenure systems of the indigenous peoples concerned.  


Article 27  


States shall establish and implement, in conjunction with indigenous peoples concerned, a fair, independent, impartial, open and transparent process, giving due recognition to indigenous peoples’ laws, traditions, customs and land tenure systems, to recognize and adjudicate the rights of indigenous peoples pertaining to their lands, territories and resources, including those which were traditionally owned or otherwise occupied or used. Indigenous peoples shall have the right to participate in this process.  


Article 31 


Indigenous peoples have the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their cultural heritage, traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions, as well as the manifestations of their sciences, technologies and cultures, including human and genetic resources, seeds, medicines, knowledge of the properties f fauna and flora... 

(International Treaty Council)

Decolonize!

Claim Your Tribe

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Mexicans, your race is Native American!

Not Immigrants

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Mexico/USA border is an artificial-European construct. 

No Native DNA Testing!

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Don't give them your personal property!

Mexicans are Indigenous to the American Continent!

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Not Hispanic, Not Latino! 

We are not La Raza!

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That is a false race created by invading eugenicists. 

Mexicans are Native Americans

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Originating from different native American tribes. 

Identify Native American

Mexicans Are Native American

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NATIVE AMERICANS ARE 67% OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE POPULATION!

We can easily use our numbers to exercise justice... BUT!!! We allow ourselves to be called “illegal” on our own homeland by the TRUE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS/ALIENS who crossed the Atlantic Ocean!!! We have been labeled as Latino or Hispanic, fooled into accepting these false identity tags to break us apart into separate denominations of fake identities & ethnicities, to make us feel like we are foreign on our own continent.. We’ve been fooled into thinking that we are illegal aliens, undocumented, foreigners, servants, or immigrants on our own continent! The saying “Divide and conquer” is the European tactic to keep us separated.


We’re awakening from the European holocaust, the ongoing war of theft rape murder deception forced assimilation enslavement domestication and mind control indoctrination against our people to maintain a grip on our homelands has not stopped. We, the Brown Native American Indigenous Peoples are an 800 pound gorilla asleep in a cage with a tiny baby that's hitting us. We’re waking up…..


WE ARE THE MAJORITY! WE ARE THE SLEEPING GIANT...

As we continue awakening we must be vigilant because the Wasicu know this and are reacting violently. They'll try and cut us off at the pass and manipulate any direction we take into a direction favorable to them!! Be on guard for controlled resistance and fake revolutions because these cunning devils are treacherous and will beat us with experience! Currently they have us separated with borders countries false identity labels & nationalities. We are not insignificant! We are not a minority! The problem is that many of our people are asleep to this fact!


Our greatest defensive against white people's aggression in America against Brown people is to stop identifying as Hispanic and Latino and to start identifying as your true race--Native American. For centuries they have worked to get us to drop our Native identity so they can maintain possession of our land. it’s always been about maintaining possession of our home lands for their own greedy purposes. Hispanics and Latinos cannot claim these lands as her true ancestral home. Once you wake up to the fact that you are truly a brown turtle Islander or Native American you have every right to reclaim your ancient homeland and reclaim possession of stolen property.


If brown native American people with Hispanic surnames actually think that they truly are Hispanic or Latino or immigrant or in documented they will never come to realize that they are on their own continental homeland, the entire western hemisphere. No wonder they feel powerless! No wonder they feel they don’t belong here! No wonder they feel like foreigners on their own homeland! They fell for the lie!


There are two weapons currently being employed by Europeans to keep us powerless in our own homeland. One is the apartheid borders across our entire Hemisphere and the other one is the false identity tag names that they continue to advertise and impose on us. We are the majority here and without the border they immediately become a minority.


As a Hispanic, Latino, Mexican you are an immigrant here with no rights. As an immigrant you can be made illegal. As illegal you can be jailed, children taken away, children abused, raped or killed.


As a Native American you have protection since you pre-date them and their laws. And they even now have laws where Native children CANNOT be separated from their parents. Identify your true ancestral heritage: 


AWAKEN THE SLEEPING GIANT, 

IDENTIFY NATIVE AMERICAN!

By: Identify Native 2020 Census

Recognition as Indigenous People of the Americas

Republic Act 8371 - Indigenous Peoples Act of 1997

United Nations Rights of Indigenous People

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples.

Meshika Family

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Representing at Gathering of Nations 2018!

Mexica Tribe Declaration

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Rights

Aztec Mexica

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Anahuac

Mexica Tribe

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Cemanahuac

Mexica Pride

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Tawantinsuyu