Victory
Petitioning Attorney General Attorney General Eric Holder and 5 others

A PETITION REQUESTING AN EXECUTIVE ORDER FOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND FEDERAL RECOGNITION TO THE "CHOCTAW NATION" FLORIDA

4,192
Supporters

The Choctaw Nation Indians were denied federal recognition by the Bureau of  Indians Affairs, illegal, unlawful, and wrongful petition process. We are not a new tribe for which that process is held. This would help set the record strait and open the Bureau of Indian Affairs petition process by FOIA, to information and records withheld from the recognition determination. Whereas, Choctaw Indians have experenced lack of funding from the Choctaw General Funds, based on Public Law to assist with record maintainence and economic development. The Choctaw Indians must receive the same Federal Acknowledgement and Recognition and their heritable benefits as other tribes receive.

Letter to
Attorney General Attorney General Eric Holder
United States President Barack Obama
United States Congressman District 6 Steve Southerland
and 3 others
United States Senator Bill Nelson
United States Senator Marco Rubio (United States Senator)
Assistant Interior Secretary - Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn
Acknowledgement and Federal Recognition to the Choctaw Nation FL
Choctaw Oka Chippo Village on the Upper Chipola River. At Marianna.