We, the thousands of American Indian tribal members and friends of various tribes, have waited long to finally receive this deeply deserved respect and recognition from the State of Texas

It is inappropriate for American Indian children to celebrate a day honoring a person for discovering a nation of people.

Peggy LarneyFounder

9th Annual American Indian Heritage Day
+Theme: Sovereignty +
September 25, 2021 / Lone Star Park

With the passage of this bill, we have a unique opportunity and responsibility to celebrate the rich traditional and contemporary American Indian culture in this state. House Bill 174 has now became a State Observance Law in the State of Texas. Signed by Gov. Perry, Friday, May 10 / HB 174 Makes Friday, Sept. 27, 2013. First American Indian Heritage Day in Texas.

This bill deserves passage and will bring deserved recognition of the historic, cultural, and social contributions that American Indian communities and leaders have made to the State of Texas.

Tribal Showcase

Caddo Nation

Profiles in History




Concrete Jungle

DNA & Genetics
Art Installation

Fused Lens

Community Voices
Video Documentary

Decolonize Dallas

Water is Life
Cultural Producers

Seeing Red

Sensorial Response
Changing Landscape

Social Injustice:
Ending the era of historical trauma!

This is a work-in-progress, discovering ways it could be improved, and set about refining a conscious thought to prepare to educate a new audience who wants to hear but needs details to fulfill their assumptions, create a new dialogue to change the landscape, and share to test physical and emotional strength.

The experiment teaches a diverse range to a new vision of endless possibilities of the American Indian perspective and examine the mental process in deductive reasoning to present a central focus of our latest milestones in a gradual, organic expansion, more balanced and creating a clear shift.

Historic, cultural, and social contributions made by American Indians.

Our Culture

We have a unique opportunity and responsibility to celebrate the rich tradition of American Indians in the State of Texas.

Our Education

Our platforms are essential teaching tools to expose cultural & social justice issues from the American Indian perspective.

Negative Stereotypes

This is a fight of mentality versus conscious suggestion. Truth and propaganda to  think change is good of American Indians.

Our Identity

We are .5 of 1%, most researched but least understood beyond perceived “Founding Fathers” or “Immigrants built this land”

Healing Sacred Voices

These Are Our Songs & Our Prayers, This Is Our Dialect

Our ancestral linguistics could not be broken during the World Wars where Anthropologists, Generals, Soldiers, Scientists, Alliance countries could not break our tactical messages in both World Wars.

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#MMIW I Social Movement

Sacred Circle of our Matrilineal Leaders.

We have an opportunity to give a voice to our ancestors, elders and our future generation to reclaim our cultural identity through education in solidarity from exposure and bringing awareness.

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Legislative Session: 83(R)
House Bill 174 Stages


Stage One


Stage Two
Out of House Committee


Stage Three
Voted on by House


Stage Four
Out of Senate Committee


Stage Five
Voted on by House


Stage Six
Governor Action


Stage Seven
Bill Becomes Law

Last Friday in September

Stage Eight
Celebration on Last Sept. Saturday

HB174 becomes Law

We are voices of generations who survived the Genocide: Indian Removal Act