Sacramento Capitol Native American Indian protest - Part 2





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Part 2 - Feb. 1, 2008 protest at Sacramento California. A group of Native American Activists from different coalitions got to together to protest several matters effecting Native people of California like, Prop. 94, 95, 96, 97, disenrollment and why rich gaming casino tribes in California are not backing D.Q. University, a tribal college located just outside of Davis California.

During the protest Lee Brightman, Native American activists, speaks about the need to support D.Q. University.

Group of Native American people gathered to make their concerns heard about the fact that a few rich gaming casino tribes should be funding Native American Indian colleges and universities like D.Q. University, which is located just outside of Davis California. Some Native people are protesting disenrollment in California. Many rich gaming tribes with casinos have disenrolled many members and disenrolling is a weapon used on tribal members to quell their freedom of speech and freedom to keep tribal governments free from corruption. Disenrolling is major tool used by many corrupt tribal leaders.

The groups included Poor Magazine, D.Q. Students, Native Americans United and other local Indian people.


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