ONAC Legal Defense Fund

We are in process of defending the civil and religious rights of people all over the country, and more specifically the members of Oklevueha Native American Church who have legal issues, even after being in complete compliance to our codes. The amount of good we can do is directly proportional to the funds we have to pay the lawyers, court costs and filing fees required by an often corrupt judicial system. With our limited financial resources we cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide funds to everyone experiencing legal issues, so the donations from our members is extremely helpful.

Our community is facing significant challenges that threaten the very essence of our cultural and spiritual practices. One of our esteemed members as one example, Dr. Jenn Lotusson Phillips (https://onacuniversity.org), is currently embroiled in a severe legal battle due to her alternative medicine practices, which have been instrumental in helping countless individuals overcome trauma and health issues. Wolves in sheep's clothing hiding within the ranks of various institutions, driven by a desire to suppress our practices, are targeting her and others with baseless charges. This persecution is not just an attack on Dr. Phillips but on the very principles and freedoms we hold dear.

The legal defense required to protect Dr. Phillips and our community’s rights is substantial. Our legal team, led by Don Hart, has been working tirelessly to safeguard our practices and ensure justice prevails. However, the financial burden of these legal battles is immense, and she and others must not stand alone.

I am calling upon all members of the NAC to contribute to ONAC’s legal fund. Your support is crucial in ensuring that we can continue our sacred practices without fear of persecution. Here are some reasons why your contribution is vital:

1. Defending Our Rights: The wolves aim to undermine our community by using legal tactics such as racketeering charges to intimidate and suppress us. By contributing to the legal fund, you are standing up for our rights and ensuring that justice is served.

2. Supporting Our Community: Individuals like Dr. Phillips have dedicated their lives and resources to supporting our community. Some, for instance, have invested millions into our initiatives, providing financial and logistical support. It is time for all of us to share this responsibility and support those who have supported us.

3. Preserving Our Heritage: Our spiritual and cultural practices are under threat. By contributing to the legal fund, you are helping to preserve our heritage for future generations. This is not just about one legal battle; it is about securing the future of our community.

4. Upholding Our Values: The essence of our community lies in mutual support and respect. Historically, indigenous cultures thrived on the principles of sharing and collective responsibility. By contributing, you are upholding these values and ensuring that our community remains strong and united.

We understand that these are challenging times for everyone, but the strength of our community lies in our unity and collective action. Any contribution, no matter how small, will make a significant difference. Together, we can overcome these challenges and continue to thrive.

Thank you for your unwavering support and dedication to our international community. Let us stand together and show that the spirit of NAC is unbreakable.

With deep respect and gratitude,

Flaming Eagle aka James WFE Mooney

Native American Church

Please contribute what you can to this effort. If you can sign up for a monthly contribution, that would be even better. Many are making a larger contribution now and then making a monthly commitment to give us more stability. Please do what you can. To make a monthly contribution, please click the Contribution button. Thank you for your generosity and foresight. It will bless all of us.

This page was last updated on: 2024-06-11 09:29:12 -0600

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