The Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods
HOPE AND LOVE
In the News
Our tribe was a featured story on KVAL News
One of the biggest projects for our tribe is getting recognized in 2015 by the Oregon House of Representatives in a bill, House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 16. We have been working with the office of the House Majority Leader, Representative Val Hoyle to accomplish this .
Locally, nationally and internationally, The Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods is the advocate for the Native American Mixed-Bloods of the United States. We have been progressing as a nation-people since 2009 to establish our tribe as a hub of justice and peace.
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IN OUR TRIBE WE HONOR OUR ANCESTORS
Here in the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods, we honor our ancestors and their courage to preserve their bloodlines. Unfortunately, because of this "fight or flight" survival instinct that our ancestors chose to save themselves and their children, as well as their culture we, their mixed-blood descendants, are rarely allowed Native American Tribe Enrollment. This is why we were formed; to serve as a beacon of hope and light for the mixed-bloods in the United States who are seeking to be a part of something bigger than themselves, to help people like them.
RICHARD B. LAKE, III
Co-Founder, H.H. The Prince of Irqu, and High Chief Mazau and Ehtaer
H.H. The Paramount Chief
RICHARD E. LAKE, II
Co-Founder, High Chief Zehzej, and Councilman
H.H. Queen of the Una
LUCRETIA K. LAKE
Co-Founder, High Chieftess Igasju and Zehzej, & Councilwoman
First and incumbent Senate President of the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods.