Please Ask

I would love to hear what the public wants to know.

“There is no such thing as a stupid question”


“It is error only, and not truth, that shrinks from inquiry.”

Paine, Thomas


2 thoughts on “Please Ask

  1. This might be a bit beyond the scope you were intending, but can’t hurt to ask, right? Several years ago I remember seeing a news article about the Lakota determining that because of the many (all) treaties the US had broken with them over the last 200-some years they were declaring them void and were declaring an independent Lakota nation outside of US jurisdiction, a proper modern nation of their own. I had been very excited to see how this would play out but that was the only thing I ever heard on the subject. Do you know what ever happened with that declaration?

    • That is a question AIM may be able to answer. Though with anything on US soil, the feds find a way to have their hands/intentions/agendas impede upon whatever they have their sights set on… Even right now – the Indian Child Welfare Act was ment to make sure the Native youth were to stay with native families, and they are not — There are groups that fight for the return of more than 2,000 Lakota children illegally taken from their homes by state authorities… One well known group is The Lakota Peoples Project –

      So, I’m sorry I couldn’t answer your question – that’s alil out of my ‘jurisdiction’. I am a California Native familiar with the Bay Area gatherings, locals, and indigenous peoples/culture/traditions. I’m here to help people who are curious and seek answers – thank you though.

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