When I was in Junior High in Lima, Ohio, my parents let me go by myself to Daytona Beach Shores where my aunt and uncle owned a small motel on the beach. I was thrilled to see the Ocean for the first time, and spent most of my days on the beach. I loved the fresh clean air and the sound of the surf coming in. Spent much time in the ocean body surfing.
I had a bad experience on the greyhound bus and my parents contacted friends who were in Daytona, and they agreed to bring me back home. They lived in Zanesville, Ohio. My trip back with them would impact me for a lifetime. We were in the smoky Mountains and visited a Cherokee village. It was there that I first learned of The Trail Of Tears, and how they were forced to leave their homeland and march by foot out West.
I loved the mountains when I first saw them on my bus trip down to Daytona.
From a young age I stood and spoke out against injustice. the Billy Jack Movie was instrumental in grounding me in this. 'One Tin Song and its message of Peace On Earth is a message Most do not understand, sadly.
The following 5 Video will open your eyes to Real Truth:
1989 - American Indian Activist Russell Means testifies at Senate Hearing
Colorado Experience: Sand Creek Massacre
10 Atrocities Committed Against Native Americans In Recent History
American Holocaust | The Genocide of Native Americans | Crimes against humanity
I hope and pray this helps you to understand the Travesty of INJUSTICE!