WhatMade This Tribal Elder
Want to Work Against Tribal Government
and Federal Indian Policy?

 - Find out why he said tribal government hurts his family -

"It's time to forgive and move on. No more Blame. We are all adults and fully accountable for our actions.

We in the United States have to get past the idea that American Indians must forever be looked at as victims. I, for one, refuse to be viewed that way any longer."

The System is broken. But there is a way to fix it."


The website you are currently on is Roland Morris' Original website from the 1990's.


BOOK "Dying in Indian Country" AVAILABLE AT


'Dying in Indian Country' tells a compelling true story of one family who comes to realize that corrupt tribal government, dishonest Federal Indian Policy, welfare policy, and the controlling reservation system has more to do with the current despair than tragedies that occurred 150 years ago.

What cannot be denied is that a large number of Native Americans are dying from alcoholism, drug abuse, suicide and violence. Further, what is being hidden on some reservations is that scores of children are suffering emotional, physical and sexual abuse as a result of the accepted behavior on those reservations, and the ICWA is trapping more and more children into this unacceptable system.

While many tribal governments continue to fund congressional candidates who promise to increase tribal sovereignty, the voices of the children who are at the mercy of corrupt government continue to go unheard. The truth that must be revealed is that some tribal governments are not protecting the children in their custody.


“Dying in Indian Country is a compassionate and honest portrayal… I highly recommend it to you.” Reed Elley, former Member of Parliament, Canada; Chief Critic for Indian Affairs in 2000, Baptist Pastor, Father of four Native and Métis children

“He was a magnificent warrior who put himself on the line for the good of all…I can think of no one at this time, in this dark period of Indian history, who is able to speak as Roland has.” Arlene,Tribal Member

“…truly gripping, with a good pace.” Dr. William B. Allen, -Emeritus Professor, Political Science, MSU and former Chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1989)



- See Roland's Video (2006) -

Dying in Indian Country
- A Story of Inspiration

Roland Morris, Tribal Elder, Believed all men really are equal - and should act like it.   American Indian Reservations are destructive, and Federal Indian Polkicy does more harm than good.

Roland John Morris, Sr.


Shown on Minneapolis Cable Television Network

MTN 75 - Thursday, March 9, 2006
MTN 75 - Thursday, March 16, 2006
MTN 75 - Thursday, March 23, 2006
MTN 16 - Sunday, April 9, 2006

Available on DVD:

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