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Temple, GA  30179

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U.N.N.M. Constitution

U.N.N.M. Constitution

STATUTE 14 

Statute 14 Explains That The U.N.N.M. Has The Inalienable Right To Establish And Control Our Educational Systems To Provide Education In Our Own Language Nuwaubic, In A Manner Appropriate To Our Cultural Methods Of Teaching And Learning For We Are The Best Qualified To Teach Our-Story, Culture, Art, And Science. . 

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Section 1     

All Members Of The Free And Sovereign Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, The “Indigenous Peoples” Of This Hemisphere, Hereby Reserve Our Inalienable Rights To Educate Ourselves, Meaning Our Men, Women And Offspring Of The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, For We Are The Best Qualified To Teach Our-Story, Culture, Art, And Science.  

According To The Convention concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries (ILO No. 169), 72 ILO Official Bull. 59 Page Entered Into Force Sept. 5, 1991 Article 28 States: 

1. Children belonging to the peoples concerned shall, wherever practicable, be taught to read and write in their own indigenous language or in the language most commonly used by the group to which they belong. When this is not practicable, the competent authorities shall undertake consultations with these peoples with a view to the adoption of measures to achieve this objective.

Section 2     

The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors Also Have The Inalienable Right To Establish And Control Our Educational Systems To Provide Education In Our Own Language Nuwaubic, In A Manner Appropriate To Our Cultural Methods Of Teaching And Learning.  

Section 3     

Measures Shall Be Taken To Ensure That The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, Have The Opportunity To Acquire Education At All Levels, On At Least An Equal Footing With The Rest Of The National Community, In Our Environment. 

According To Draft Declaration On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples, E/Cn.4/Sub.2/1994/2/Add.l (1994). Page 1, Part Four, Article 15, States: 

Indigenous children have the right to all levels and forms of education of the State. All indigenous peoples also have this right and the right to establish and control their educational systems and institutions providing education in their own languages, in a manner appropriate to their cultural methods of teaching and learning. 

In Addition, Other Governments Shall Recognize The Inalienable Right Of We The People Of The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors To Establish Our Own Educational Facilities. These Governments Shall Recognize And Respect These Educational Systems. 

Section 4     

The Imparting Of General Knowledge And Skills That Will Help The Children Of The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors To Participate Fully And On An Equal Footing In Their Own Community And In The National Community Shall Be An Aim Of Education For These Peoples. 

Section 5     

Educational Measures Shall Be Taken Among All Sections Of The National Community, And Particularly Among Those That Are In Most Direct Contact With The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, With The Object Of Eliminating Prejudices That They May Harbor In Respect Of Our Nation. To This End, Efforts Shall Be Made To Ensure That Ourstory, Textbooks, And Other Educational Materials Provide A Fair, Accurate, And Informative Portrayal Of The Societies And Cultures Of Our Nation.