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SALAZAR - Reservation Shredder There is no question, I agree, the Salazar Settlement divided the reservation between off-reservation enrolled members and on-reservation enrolled members. Now the question is how this affected the existing division between enrolled members living in South Dakota and those living in North Dakota; and the more distinct division between the Hunkpapa and Yanktonai. Standing Rock was already divided into those Yanktonai in control of the jobs and the money, and the Hunkpapa, suffering poverty and illness, being used by the Yanktonai as a means to get millions and millions in federal grants. And finally, the division existing between the tribal government and its own tribal members. These divisions ultimately will end to the dissolution of the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation into two reservations: wiceyela country and the Palanakta Wakpa (Grand River) Agency... What makes this more interesting is the level of self-internalized repression and its af


Welcome to our site...eventually we will expose certain issues facing our reservation from the enrollee perspective especially for the hardships and trials experienced by those leaving the reservation and thus losing certain membership rights...