In 2009, President Obama signed into law a Congressional apology to acknowledge the damages, wrongs and broken covenants by the United States inflicted upon the Native American people. However, that apology was never publicly acknowledged, something that was disappointing and hurtful to the Native American People.
Now, Dr. Negiel Bigpond and Amb. Sam Brownback, who crafted the original legislation, are creating a movement to encourage the White House to publicly and formally acknowledge this apology now.
In the first of three episodes, The Apology examines the history of the injustices committed against the Native American people and the apology that was written but has yet to be publicly spoken.
We hope you’ll join this movement by signing our appeal to the White House at