Indian Pledge of Allegiance

I pledge allegiance to my Tribe, to the democratic principles
of the Republic and to the individual freedoms
borrowed from the Iroquois and Choctaw Confederacies,
as incorporated in the United States Constitution,
so that my forefathers shall not have died in vain.

The Indian Pledge of Allegiance was first presented on 2 December 1993 during the opening address of the National Congress of American Indian Tribal-States Relations Panel in Reno, NV. NCAI plans distribution of the Indian Pledge to all Indian Nations.

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