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Getting Involved

Celebrating 142 Years of Freedom

The Creek Freedmen descendants recognizes not everyone wants to get involved in the same way. We present different options to encourage you to get involved in our cause. For example:

Creek Freedmen Descendants, a call for action!

On June 14th 2010, we celebrated 144 years of Freedom!
To celebrate our freedom, we ask you to continue to apply for citizenship in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
We know there are at the very least, 30,000 Creek Freedmen descendants. This organization hopes to send a message to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation that we are still here. We have not disappeared or gone away. Copies of the applications will also be sent to the BIA and the Congressional Black Caucus. Lets get the word out together.
If you are interested in helping, please contact the association at

A CALL FOR ACTION! One Thousand Creek Freedmen Descendants for a Federal Class Action Suit. Let us know who you are, please fill out the Creek Freedmen Descendant Roster form. Click here.

111th CONGRESS 1st Session H. R. 2761 To sever United States Government relations with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma until such time as the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma restores full tribal citizenship to the Cherokee Freedmen disenfranchised in the March 3, 2007, Cherokee Nation vote and fulfills all its treaty obligations with the Government of the United States, and for other purposes. Click here.

Petition letter to Senator Obama, please print off and fax or mail, click here


Names and Addresses of Congressional Black Caucus Members, click here

Indian Related Legislation Currently Before Congress, click here

Volunteer Your Time
There are many thing you can do, consider these,
If you have fresh ideas, tell us.
If you can copy and print information about the Freedmen and pass fliers out in hair salons, grocery stores, gas stations, schools, and to everyone you know and meet. Don't limit yourself. Please do.
If you can show up at protest, please do.
If you can testify before your church's congregation, please do.
If you can attend NAACP meetings to talk about the Freedmen, please do.
If you can write a letter to your elected officials, please do.
If you can't attend the local Freedmen meetings in Oklahoma, then create your own meetings with your family and other Freedmen Descendants in your area. Educate, Educate, Educate!!!!
Please don't believe you can't help or volunteer, because you can do something.
Tell us of your achievements, we will post them on this Freedmen web-site.

Register for an Upcoming Event
Click on the 'contact us' page and follow the instructions.
We look foward to hearing from you. Thank you.

Write a Letter or Sign a Petition

Names and Addresses of Congressional Black Caucus Members, click here

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