Tribal Offices, Tribal Land, Avenida Central, La Grange, Ca. 95329
On Thursday, August 24th, 2023, the California Valley Miwok Tribe delivered this month’s distribution to the Food For Tribal Families Program.
This delivery once again was abundant with various foods to help those who are in need, with tribal support to fulfill their nutritional needs.
Generally not listed but items delivered include soft drinks, coffee, creamers, tea, water, fruit juices and milks and cheeses.
Hams, roasts, hamburger, hotdogs, fish, tacos and frozen dinners.
Various breads, mixes, grains, noodles, cereals, oats, flour and sugar.
Kiwi, plumbs, berries, cherries, raisins and fruit and nut trail mixes.
Lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, cucumber, greens onions, potatoes and broccoli.
Along with various canned goods which included meats, stews, soups, vegetables and fruits.
Because of the criminal act against the tribe of the complete lack of assistance by the local BIA specifically at this time perpetrated by Superintendent Harley Long and minor official Carol Rogers-Davis, the tribe even bought and filled propane for a citizen now homeless who managed to secure a camp trailer and a place to temporarily park it until their circumstances improve.
THE TRIBE IS LISTED ON THE FEDERAL DIRECTORY OF TRIBES TO RECEIVE SERVICES WHICH THE BIA PRESENTS EVERY YEAR TO ACQUIRE FUNDING FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. CURRENTLY THEY HAVE RECEIVED OVER FIVE MILLION ON OUR BEHALF.
WHAT HAVE THEY DONE WITH OUR FUNDING? HOW IS THIS NOT EMBEZZLEMENT? OR AT THE VERY LEAST LYING TO CONGRESS AND
We have some correspondence at this time and are awaiting more over questions of a upcoming meeting where the two individuals previously mentioned by name in this story are being taken to task and asked what gives them the authority to hold an upcoming meeting scheduled of their own volition. This meeting is not sanctioned by the tribe and therefore holds no legal legitimacy. They plan to hold it with the attendance of never enrolled in our tribe or any other tribe for that matter numerous never vetted individuals that wish to participate in the local BIA’s version of a smash and grab.
Once again these governmental malcontents and criminals have created what will be a life of litigation for the tribe into the foreseeable future.
At this time we would however like to thank all those who through abidance with the law, recognition of real tribal people and with the ethics and humanity to help assist not only us as federally recognized Native Americans but also as fellow U.S. citizens listed below.
THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, THE CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES, COSTLESS STORES INC., FOOD 4 LESS STORES INC., WALMART STORES INC., THE GROCERY OUTLET INC., THE COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN, THE SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS), THE MORADA COMMUNITY AND ITS SURROUNDING AREAS AND TO OUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR MILDRED BURLEY, WHO AT 86 HAS BEEN FORCED BY BIA MALFEASANCE TO TAKE AN ACTIVE ROLL, BUT WILLINGLY STILL HAS THE STRENGTH AND SPIRIT TO PERSEVERE.