Native Americans on the Pine Ridge, Crow Creek, and other Indian reservations are suffering from crime, poverty, illnesses, and racism, and Sprint, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, is making things worst by not paying tribally-owned telephone companies for services obtained by Sprint on the Pine Ridge and Crow Creek reservations. Legally, how does Sprint get away with this? As we have seen before by these large corporations, they get away with things that others cannot by using an "army" of lawyers to fight the Tribes in court and other forums where Sprint's vast resources can delay, if not inhibit, justice. While the Tribes can not match the resources of Sprint, they do have the power of public opinion and support, so please sign this Petition and demand that Sprint "End Discrimination Against Native Americans." See the Oglala Sioux Tribe's Call for Action dated December 6, 2012.