The Aboriginal Human Rights Network believes all of America's fogotten, non-recognized tribal communities deserve to have their treaty, civil and human rights honored by the U.S. and Canadian governments. The AHRN is seeking input and statements of qualifications to that end. The mission of its Federal Recognition Human Rights Committee would be multiple fold:
- Advance a national effort in 47 of 50 states to secure federal recognition to non-recognized tribes, bands and tribal communities.
- To oversee the drafting of federal legislation, and to influence the character of this legislation. To organize and advocate for this legislation. To this end, what elements would be contained in this bill.
- To organize the grassroots proceeding into 2012, to ensure the non-recognized tribal vote makes a difference.
- To push for non-recognized bands in the nation of Canada; to that end to ensure cross border rights are honored by the dual U.S. and Canadian sovereigns.
- To implement a 47 state strategy going into the 2012 general election and thereafter.
FEDERAL RECOGNITION IS A LEGALLY ENFORCEABLE DEBT OWED
BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE