Donations made thru African Indians Foundation were used to fund an educational dinner in Tulsa Oklahoma. Former Congressman Barney Frank was keynote speaker and spoke about his work to end racism against black freedmen descendants by the tribes and the US government. Mvto! (thank you) to Eli Grayson for your work to make this event come to pass!
Attorney Robert D Lemon was always generous to African Indians Foundation by donating for literature, and to fund raising events such as educational dinners and conferences. We will be eternally grateful for his support (as well as that of the Lemon Foundation) against racism and apartheid in Indian country.
Mr. Smith rallying outside BIA building for enforcement of 1866 treaty rights sponsored by African Indians Foundation and Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Tribes Association.
Mr. Eddie Sacks, tribal councilman for the United Keetoowah Band, speaking about tribal issues and his support of the freedmen 1866 treaty rights in Muskogee at the Martin Luther King Center.
African Indians Foundation raised funds for litigants and attorneys to travel to Washington DC .
African Indians Foundations raised funds for Lead Attorney for the Seminole and Cherokee freedmen tribal members Jon Velie to speak in San Diego at a showing of the documentary film "by blood" whose topic is racism against freedmen tribal members
Seminole Nation Freedmen Councilman speaks against racism against black tribal members in the Seminole Nation in Bartlesville at a fundraising dinner sponsored by African Indians Foundation and Descendants of Freedmen Association to raise money for legal fees.
Nov 12, 2020 - AT&T Intertribal Council lined up an awesome panel for a discussion on the History of Black Indians and it was hosted by Ty Bledsoe and Leslie Frye.