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Saturday, January 3, 2015

Veronica pool party, Last Real Indians: The Missionary is Back

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Veronica pool party and fundraisers by those who wish to abolish ICWA #BABY VERONICA

By Trace Hentz

Someone had told me about this group The Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare or CAICW and their connection to Melanie Capobianco and GOD - but there wasn't much available to read until now.  Elizabeth Lisa Morris started this group and is lobbying to abolish ICWA - because she married an Ojibwe man who has since died. This makes her the ICWA expert, I assume.

So read about the recent pool party in South Carolina and CAICW fundraiser with VERONICA BROWN (now renamed Capobianco) here: http://caicw.org/2013/10/24/time-for-strangers-to-leave-veronica-capobianco-alone/

And an interview with Elizabeth Morris here about her plans to abolish ICWA: http://caicw.org/2013/09/14/revealing-caicws-sinister-hidden-agenda/

And finally their work: 

Yes – There IS Draft Legislation to Amend ICWA. Morris blogs, "For your information, here is the amendment wording as it stood last summer.  There MIGHT be changes made following the Veronica events. I can’t say for certain as I am not an attorney.  But this is what we stood on last summer.
ICWA Amendments 11-11-12 PLEASE join us in urging your Congress members – as well as the President – to change ICWA."

The Missionary is Back:  Or Perhaps They Never Left, By Trace A. DeMeyer

I am honored the Last Real Indians website posted my essay THE MISSIONARY IS BACK: Or Perhaps They Never Left about Lisa Morris, CAICW and her campaign to end ICWA.

Please read it here: http://lastrealindians.com/the-missionary-is-back-or-perhaps-they-never-left-by-trace-a-demeyer/

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