Remedy for the Misclassified People of North America!
This is our opportunity to set the record straight about our family histories, the truth about our honored ancestors, and our right to participate in the process of our own restoration and restitution.
Sign Petition Here : https://www.change.org/p/remedy-for-the-misclassified-people-of-north-america
TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND EXECUTIVE BRANCH DEPARTMENTS HERE WITHIN:
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, UNITED STATE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES BOARD OF GOVERNORS et. Al THE FEDERAL RESERVE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR et. Al UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF WAR, UNITED STATES BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ET. AL BUREAU OF PRISONS, FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION DEPARTMENT, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES ET. AL CENTER OF DISEASE CONTROL, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VITAL STATISTICS ET. AL ALL 57 UNITED STATES/AND THE JURISDICTIONS THERE WITHIN INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES 4 COMMONWEALTH TERRITORIES, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, UNITED STATES FEDERAL DRUG ADMINISTRATION, UNITED STATES BUREAU OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY ET. AL THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, THE DEPARTMENT VETERAN AFFAIRS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE, UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION, THE CHEROKEE NATION, THE MUSKOGEE CREEK NATION, THE CHOCTAW NATION, THE SEMINOLE NATION, THE CHICKASAW NATION ET Al. THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES. PETITION ORGANIZED BY URBAN INDIAN HERITAGE SOCIETY (UIHS) FOR THE PASSAGE OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN INCLUSION ACT.
The Urban Indian Heritage Society (UIHS), and members there within, have created this petition to address the grievances of erasure, policide and ethnocidal misconduct of the United States Government against the Misclassified American Indian. The same body of people are hereby demanding reclassification of ethnic birthrights, removal or vacating of Federal and State occupied American Indian lands, return of assets, restitution, punitive damages, and institutional reform. Egregious acts were perpetrated against misclassified American Indians by the United States Government. The fore-mentioned American Indian is hereby demanding immediate remedy for their descendants and their assets. These demands are hereby listed: Reclassification · Discovery, access, and redress to all known tribal records that provide direct distinction of the misclassified American Indian that are in possession of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Archives, Department of Housing, United States Department of Defense, and the United States Department of Commerce. · Create a Federally Commissioned Genealogical Committee managed by the UIHS to examine genealogical findings of bloodline lineage for misclassified American Indians to properly connect birthright, investigate American Indian Rolls, and American Indian artifact asset discovery and recovery. · Create an oversight committee that governs the seven mandatory criteria for tribal membership and appeals for tribal membership denial within all State and Federally recognized tribes. Create sanctioning board to review all grievances for ongoing misclassification efforts from the United States Department of Interior and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs or the individual tribe(s) noted in the appeal. · Create Tribal Band Extension Commission approved by the UIHS within the Bureau of Indian Affairs to be overseen by the Department of Justice Regulations and protect the band extensions process and implementation for the misclassified American Indians. · Immediate, Unique and Distinct Federal Protections for the UIHS Genealogical Committee determined Misclassified American Indian now and forever to be classified as the Urban Indian. Federal Exception and Private law to supersede tribal registration requirements for the Urban Indian. Special task force creation for investigation into human trafficking of Misclassified American Indian. · Federally Recognize the creation of the American Indian Political Party (AIPP) and federally fund access to voter registration in all United States Voting Districts for all United States Citizens. Removal / Return · Special Committee appointed by the UIHS to create report of land removed through exile, taxation, internal displacement, imminent domain, or other methods that displaced the American Indian. Removal of taxation on federal/state/municipal/property/sales tax of land and dissolution of mandate on income tax divestment for the Misclassified American Indian. Resolve · Immediate repeal of HR 4238 (2015); 114th Congress in which direct violation of ADRIP (American Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) was committed and speaks to the sanctioned removal of the American Indian and Negro and replacing the ethnicities with African American and Native American, or Alaskan Native. The American Indian was reclassified to Negro per the 1830 Indian Removal Act. Within HR 4238, Negro has now been changed to African American. · Special reform bill for Social Services, Juvenile and Reformatory Institutions, Jail, Prison and Correctional System Investigations. · Special reform bill for Health Care, Universal Media, Housing and Urban Development, and Education Curriculum for Correction on American Indian History. Independent oversight the implementation of Indian Home Schools/Tribal Schools/Language Immersion schools. · Implement & fund Federally Mandated American Indian culture/heritage contemporary education and the seven arts throughout all federally funded American Schools (Head Start/PreK - 12) · Correctly identify via federal funding the American Indian Schools, which were renamed under misclassification to Historical Black Colleges and Universities. · Implement and federally mandate the American Indian Studies Course throughout all Historically Black Colleges and Universities in lieu of the African American Studies Requirement. · Federally funded college courses, vocational and trade school grants for American Indian Studies. · Formerly including American Indian history to the Citizenship Test as stipulation of United States Naturalization Process. · Immediate moratorium on land/water/air/mineral/space/property sales to Foreign Buyers and Corporate Entities. · Immunity for all Misclassified American Indians for possession, personal or commercial use of cultural/ceremonial holistic crops. (i.e.: cannabis, tobacco, mushrooms, peyote, ayahuasca, etc.). · Freedom of practice of spiritual, and ceremonial practices for all Misclassified American Indians. Restitution · Immediate Creation of Public Misclassified American Indian Trust for allocation of restitution funds. · Utility Toll, Transportation Toll, and Corporate Tax to provide ongoing funding allocations to Misclassified American Indian Trust · Restitution for Fraud, Racketeering and Conspiracy committed against Misclassified American Indians and Families i.e.: illegal amendments, cross-outs, “B’s” & “13” on the census · Creation of Special Budget Committee to create fiscal and monthly allocations to misclassified American Indians. · Removal of all debts via the Department of Treasury and reimbursement of all educational fees paid by and for the misclassified American Indian. · Restitution for just compensations for misclassified American Indians and their descendants for wrongful imprisonment, lengthy and unfair sentencing (creating broken families, wealth gaps, and lineage erasure), death and dismemberment, illegal health diagnosis and administration of psychotropic drugs. Federal Pardons, Exonerations, and expungements for Misclassified American Indians in custody for all non-violent drug crimes including marijuana charges and convictions. · Federal Fee waivers for all agricultural grow licensing and permits for misclassified American Indians. Direct access for authority over American Indian agricultural sites for sacred and cultural/ceremonial holistic crops (i.e.: cannabis, tobacco, mushrooms, peyote, ayahuasca, etc.). With these 100,000 plus signatures from registered voters submitted before the United States Congressional body, we hereby demand public hearings and specially assigned oversight committees by the UIHS constructed to review and implement the American Indian Inclusion Act and create laws and procedures to remedy the misclassified American Indian that experienced paper genocide, ethnocide and policide due the laws set forth by these governing bodies and upheld the departments named in this grievance. At presentation to the United State Congress, a detailed manifesto of the grievances recorded from the inception of the United States Corporation to present will be presented.