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PUBLISHERThe Fight Is Not Over, Serious Crimes Have Been Committed Against The American People!

If The Fraud Succeeds My Predictions Are...
(for the full story, see MY VIEW: by Ernie C. Salgado Jr.)

CLICK to access 2020census.gov for specific TRIBAL RESOURCES: LOCAL CENSUS SUPPORT, MATERIALS FOR TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS, FACT SHEETS, THE RACE QUESTION, 2020 SNAPSHOTS, MESSAGE FOR TRIBAL LEADERS, HANDOUTS AND POSTERS FOR TRIBAL MEMBERS AND URBAN NATIVE AMERICANS

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"The American Indian Reporter" (AIR) was originally designed to serve American Indian tribal members in lower California. Our newspaper continues to be the only tribal-produced newspaper dedicated to serving the 31 Indian reservations located in Southern California with today's local and national top breaking news in Indian country, for OP-ED, community-based feature stories and niche advertising.

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We are currently expanding our news coverage nationally to include central and northern California, as well as the 562 Native American tribes in the United States through our network of tribal websites and electronic delivery options.

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY ABOUT AMERICAN INDIANS IN CALIFORNIA HISTORY

51 Years of History:

"THE SHOT HEARD AROUND THE WORLD"

Alcatraz: November 20, 1969 - June 11, 1971

The Occupation of Alcatraz will forever be immortalized in American Indian History and tribal folklore as the birth of the American Indian resistance against the mistreatment, oppression and domination of the American Indian people by the United States Government.

Fifty-One Years Ago On November 20, 1969, eighty-nine American Indians who called themselves Indians of All Tribes (IOAT) took over the small Island of Alcatraz.

The Alcatraz Occupation lasted for nineteen months when it was forcibly ended by the U.S. Government on June 11, 1971.

The Occupation of Alcatraz is the most significant achievement in the history of the American Indians and the U.S. Government.

It should be declared National Day or Recognition by the 500 plus Tribal Governments.

Why, because it forever changed the tribal relationship between Tribal Governments and the U.S. Government...

PUBLISHERWE WANT YOUR NEWS AND PARTICIPATION

The American Indian Reporter leaders actively seek to strengthen tribal voices and assist the next generation of Native American writers, leaders, photographers, social media correspondents and indigenous rights activists through bona fide publishing opportunities in professional print media and Web publishing.

If you have a news tip, a story idea, public notice or opinion letter to publish - if you want to get involved with our tribal publications or just want to leave us a comment - please contact our publisher directly: Ernie C. Salgado Jr. (Soboba tribal member).

The Greatest Fraud in World History:

The Fight Is Not Over, Serious Crimes Have Been Committed Against The American People!

Source: Danney Ball, Hemet CA Facebook Post November 4, 2020. Edited by AIR

Natural News) Trump won the election last night, taking Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and North Carolina, among anchor states like Florida and Texas.

As TGP reports:

  • In Pennsylvania Trump was ahead by nearly 700,000 votes.
  • In Michigan Trump was ahead by over 300,000 votes.
  • In Wisconsin Trump was ahead by 120,000 votes.
  • In Georgia thousands of ballots seem to have appear as well.

But in the middle of the night Democrats went to work stealing the election by fabricating fake voting numbers in Michigan and Wisconsin.

To carry out the fraud, the Dems shut down vote reporting until 3:30 am, and then magically out of nowhere, Biden jumped up 200,000 votes without a single vote for Trump....

DOWNLOAD PDF FOR FULL TRUMP STORY

California Tribal Chairpersons Association, Inc.

CTCA LATEST BREAKING NEWS:

“The mission of the CTCA is to promote unity and strength by advocating for all California Indian people. As my father taught me, it is important to improve the lives for future generations and to pursue a path that younger tribal leaders can follow, like our tribal elders did for us,” Mazzetti said.

NEWSMAKERS IN INDIAN COUNTRY: CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRPERSON'S ASSOCIATION (CTCA) IN THE NEWS

CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRPERSON'S ASSOCIATION (CTCA) writes three letters to BIA and Treasury for $8 Billion earmark on behalf of California Indians statewide

$8,000,000,000 set aside for Native Americans


Bo Mazzetti
California Tribal Chairpersons’ Association

READ THE FULL THREE ORIGINAL CTCA LETTERS BY BO MAZZETTI (download the original PDFs on LETTERS CTCA link)

TOP AMERICAN INDIAN NEWS FEATURES

CALIF Tribes Establish New Executive Council Uniting Southern, Central, Northern Reservations

by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., Publisher
The American Indian Reporter

SACRAMENTO, CA - On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, the Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association, Central California Tribal Chairpersons' Association and the Northern California Tribal Chairpersons' Association joined forces to formally establish the California Tribal Chairpersons' Association (CTCA), a state-wide organization established to collectively address critical issues facing Tribes in California ... READ THE FULL HISTORIC CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRPERSONS' ASSOCIATION STORY.

The CTCA Board of Directors consist of one representative from each of the member tribes. The six-member Executive Council is composed of two representatives from the three geographical areas identified as Southern, Central, Northern.

SIX-MEMBER COUNCIL:

Bo Mazzetti, Chairman of Rincon Band of Luiseño Band of Indians was elected Chairman of the CTCA.

Michael Hunter, Tribal Chairman of the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians was elected Vice Chairman of CTCA.

Garth Sundberg, Tribal Chairman of the Trinidad Rancheria was elected Treasurer of the CTCA.

Erica M. Pinto, Tribal Chairwoman of the Jamul Indian Village of California was elected Secretary.

Kevin Day, Tribal Chairman of Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians was elected Member at Large of the CTCA.

Dale Miller, Tribal Chairman of Elk Valley Rancheria was elected Member at Large of the CTCA.

Denis Turner, Executive Director of the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, Inc. SCTCA, provided the organization with expertise on the development of organizational document and in-service training.

STOP TRIBAL DISENROLLMENT:
STOP TRIBAL MEMBERS DISENROLLMENT

Stop Tribal Disenrollment: Indian Country simply cannot afford any additional trauma

“Disenrollment is a hold-over from a foreign government’s 'final solution' attempt once used to rid the land of Indians.”

Source: Indian Country Today; by Deron Marquez, PhD, he is the Co-Founder of the Tribal Administration Certificate Program at Claremont Graduate University and former Chairman of San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

In western governments, sovereignty is derived from the people; part of an individual’s sovereignty is surrendered to the “order” via a social contract theory. In most instances, the contract is entered at birth or through some other legal means of citizenship admittance. A citizen is rarely divested of those rights and any divestment of citizenship requires heightened proof and due process.

In Indian Country, an individual typically has to petition for citizenship (usually at birth and sometimes later in life) and it’s not an automatic process. Once “enrolled” into the tribe, a set of rights and duties falls upon the individual as defined by their tribal nation. Too many Indians have upheld these obligations over the course of many years, only to be told they no longer belong to their tribal community... READ THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TRIBAL NEWS ARTICLE

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Please contact us to submit your reservation news tips, story ideas, articles, photographs, OP-ED letters to the editor, open letters to the American Indian community...

Our Native American newspaper serves the thirty one Southern California Indian reservations and their tribal members:

  • Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Barona Band of Mission Indians
  • Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
  • Cahuilla Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians
  • Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
  • Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Iipay Kumeyaay Nation of Santa Ysabel
  • Inaja-Cosmit Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Jamul Indian Village
  • La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians
  • La Posta Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Manzanita Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians
  • Morongo Band of Mission Indians
  • Pala Band of Mission Indians
  • Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Ramona Band of Cahuilla
  • Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians
  • San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
  • San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians
  • Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
  • Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
  • Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians
  • Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Indians of California
  • Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians

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