Earlier this week, people took to the streets to protest tribal disenrollment, as Sydney Brownstone wrote about here on Slog. I recommend clicking on this audio I recorded while you look at the photos.

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Indigenous people from throughout Washington rally and march through Seattle streets in protest of tribal disenrollment.
Indigenous people from throughout Washington march through Seattle streets to protest tribal disenrollment. Alex Garland

A Native youth dances as the Sacred Water family sings traditional songs at Westlake Park in Seattle
A Native youth dances as the Sacred Water family sings traditional songs at Westlake Park. Alex Garland

Robert Upham, originally from Montana, speaks to the crowd with passion about the realities of disenrollment to tribal members.
Robert Upham, originally from Montana, speaks to the crowd with passion about the realities of disenrollment to tribal members. Alex Garland

Native youth march through Seattle holding signs in support of Nooksack 306 tribal members and in protest of disenrollment.
Native youth march through Seattle holding signs in support of Nooksack 306 tribal members. Alex Garland

Sweetwater Nannauck speaks to those affected by tribal disenrollment and those who came to support.
Sweetwater Nannauck speaks to those affected by tribal disenrollment. Alex Garland

A young activist takes to the streets in Seattle to protest tribal disenrollment throughout the United States
A young activist takes to the streets. Alex Garland

Armbands showing support of the Nooksack 306 tribal members were distributed to activists at the demonstration.
Armbands showing support of the 306 people fighting disenrollment from the Nooksack tribe. Alex Garland

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Matt Remle, editor and writer at Last Real Indians, a media outlet dedicated to lifting native voices, speaks to the crowd at the Norton building. City Council member Debra Juarez wrote this piece on disenrollment, http://lastrealindians.com/debora-juarez-disenrollment-is-not-sovereignty/
Matt Remle, editor and writer at Last Real Indians, a media outlet dedicated to lifting native voices, speaks to the crowd at the Norton building. Alex Garland

Carolyn Lubeneau, Chairwoman of the Snoqualmie Tribe, addresses the crowd at Westlake Park during a protest against Tribal disenrollment.
Carolyn Lubeneau, chairwoman of the Snoqualmie Tribe, addresses the crowd. Alex Garland

For more on this issue, here's a piece by city council member Debra Juarez on disenrollment.

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