Tribal Land, Tribal Offices, Avenida Central, La Grange, Ca.
The California Valley Miwok Tribe held this month’s USDA Food Distribution on Tuesday, August 16th, 2022.
It was one of the hottest days of the season but by late afternoon it had cooled off and a slight breeze made for a comfortable distribution.
The tribe again will add additional Co-vid supplies as needed to the various distributions until the tribe’s Covid reserves run out. At that time and if a resurgence comes to pass the tribe will once again resource with the applicable agencies to readdress the needs of those who depend upon us for assistance within our service area.
On the home front there are current lawsuits pending and more to come in addressing the tribe’s right to remain sovereign and govern its own people in defiance to the Bureau of Indian Affairs constant meddling in an attempt to help casino backed non-members take over the tribe all for the sole purpose of building a, (BAY AREA MEGA CASINO).
The BIA’s legendary interference into the sovereign rights of not only this tribe, but all tribe’s has hindered the tribe’s ability to address all the needs by the tribe’s citizen’s and local native American’s of which we serve but when has the BIA ever cared about native people’s.
Nevertheless we are here, we shall stay and we will continue to represent and protect all those who have come to depend upon us against the continuing injustices wrought against us by bought and paid for bureaucrats of the BIA who are in the back pockets of casino developers.
At this time, we would like to thank the real friends of the Native American community who address the needs of local native peoples through the
The United States Department of Agriculture, The Tule River Tribe, The Tule River Food Distribution Department, Ronald Buckman who makes sure
that deliveries are always met and recipients needs are addressed, The Federal Emergency Management Agency and California Office of Emergency