California leads as usual

The state of California has for many years been at the forefront when it comes to

 'a change for the good'

It looks like this coming year they will be keeping up their tradition?

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

 This posting is about good people being disenrolled!

Disenrolled, discarded, to cast aside, dispose of, get rid of, to throw out, a person or thing that is cast out or rejected.


Because by doing so the people doing this (their own people) will be rewarded by the conquering nation!

For most of my life I have picked up the torch from my elders to stumble through my time on Mother Earth to help make right the wrong done to my ancestors.

Today is no different.

Capitol Alert:
California has nation's largest Native American population

By Dan Walters dwalters@sacbee.com

December 23, 2013

They may comprise less than 1 percent of California's 38 million residents, but the state — perhaps surprisingly to many — has the nation's largest population of Native Americans,

a new Census Bureau report reveals.

The state-by-state and tribe-by-tribe reports list 352,427 American Indians and Alaskan Natives in California, and only Oklahoma's 313,305 approach California's numbers.

The reports also reveal that California's Native American population represents hundreds of specific tribes and sub-tribal groups, with tribes from Mexico, at 45,933, the largest single grouping, followed by Cherokees at 20,969. However, 126,425 Californians identified themselves as Native Americans in the 2010 census without designating a tribal affiliation.

Lois Edwards stands with demonstrators out front of an Enterprise Rancheria tribal meeting,

Saturday, August 5, 2006 at Southside Community Center in Oroville,

where the Enterprise Rancheria General Council met to vote on the citizenship of approximately 70 tribal members who were disenrolled in 2003.

Many of those protesting had been disenrolled.

Sacramento Bee/ Lezlie Sterling



1 Population 1.1 2010 Populations with multiracial identifiers

2 Racial and ancestral makeup 2.1 Europeans

2.2 Hispanic or Latino Americans

2.3 Asian Americans

2.4 Pacific Islanders

2.5 Middle Eastern Americans

2.6 African Americans

2.7 Native Americans/American Indians

All but the natives of this country are recognized as being human beings?

Disenrolled, discarded, to cast aside, dispose of, get rid of, to throw out, a person or thing that is cast out or rejected.

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