South East American Indian council

 

The American Indian in the South and East States has been grossly under represented due to the relocation of our people to the western states since 1833. The void created by the disbursement of our people has left large numbers of small tribes, clans and communities scattered all over this section of the USA. This disbursement has created a mistrust of those that would seek to control or discriminate against natives. Therefore many tribes, clans and American Indian Communities prefer to remain self sufficient rather than condescending to acceptance of them as the people whom they are. There is a need for these unrepresented peoples, working with those who have Federal or State acceptance to stand together for the heritage and traditions.

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