TheBinayTribe.Com
TheBinayTribe.Com
The Official Binay
Tribal Website
(217) 364-2045

“Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. Even before there were large numbers of Negroes on our shores, the scar of racial hatred had already disfigured colonial society. From the sixteenth century
forward, blood flowed in battles of racial supremacy. We are perhaps the only nation which tried as a matter of national policy to wipe out its Indigenous population. Moreover, we elevated that tragic experience into a noble crusade. Indeed, even today we have not permitted ourselves to
reject or feel remorse for this shameful episode. Our literature, our films, our drama, our folklore all exalt it.”  

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


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"The Tribe Called Binay"
"We Are Mixed Bloods Not Mixed-up"
The word Binay is an adoptive word which actually stands for "People of Color" Natives & Inter-tribal Native American Association. Our Tribe has been around before The Colonizers, however our Tribal group officially formed in they year 1989. We have been the Pioneers of the history and culture and the struggles of Black Native Americans of color. Our goal is to teach our heritage and share our culture with those who have no home but belong to a mixed group of Natives who are Indigenous. We want to share with those who are willing to listen. Don't be mistaken, we are not wannabee's nor are we hobbyist. Some of our tribal members are "Full bloods" who do not wish to live on reservations and yet wish to learn and share their tribal heritage. We are an autonomous nation.
Many of our tribal members are from different tribes, some full bloods and some mixed bloods but we work and live together in unity  and family. We know who we are and hope to educate those who do not fully understand who we are.
We wish to give a home and place for those like us who do not live on reservation but want to be recognized, not by the Federal government but by ourselves. We realize that many need the federal government to validate them, we validate ourselves. We stand strong in our convictions without fear, shame nor apologies. We believe and know our Creator made us who we are, and we live to honor Him and our Ancestors.

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For many years, we have seen people bite off of our site. Information, books and videos. Its amazing the affect that we have had on the world since the late 70's early 80's until now.

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Some people do not know that we are the pioneers of the Black Indian movement. We had the first website teaching about our people, and we are still here after all the controversy.

The love of our people keeps us strong and united.

Blessings to our Creator who created us.

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We are the Yeha Noha Nation
The Good Medicine People.
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One fact that escapes most people including many Native Americans Today is that Christopher Columbus in his memoirs said that he met with what he thought where Africans on our American continent. What he didn't know was that those very people where our people, the Black Indians. Its just that and many people simply don't know of our history and heritage. Many want to discount that many Natives where and are Black or very dark in skin color. But our heritage and photos do not lie.

Many so called "African" Americans are not African at all. Though we have many simplar features we are not African. Just like many Lighter skinned Natives have Asian features but are not Asian.

In and across the country there where and are “BlackIndains”. That's right Black Native Americans, and we traded with many tribes just as many tribes traded with each other. Not all So called African Americans ancestry is from Africa. Many of the Africans that came here also migrated with us as we had many things in common. Tribal dance, tribal regalia, bead work, and so forth.

In the past decade, many archaeologist have done deeper studies into these facts that we have shared for many years. They are now finding out that our assessment, information and truths are legitimate.

We are Black-Indians and we are part of the Native American tribes in this country. And should be included as a legitimate tribe. Sadly we have been neglected and shunned because of lack of knowledge and shear racism.

Yet some tribes have embraced the Black Indians. Tribes like the Navajo, The Shinnecock Nations and others know of this truth and have BlackIndains living on their reservations Today.

Please note that we are the worlds largest Native American Tribe per ca pita by membership we proudly have over 3500 tribal members country wide and the numbers are growing weekly as people find out that there ancestry is that of BlackIndians. We call ourselves Binay Yeha Hoha. It means that we are of the “Good Medicine People”.

If you have Native American Ancestry, or are Indigenous or Aboriginal then you are Binay Yeha Noha, [Binay Good Medicine People] you are family. If so join us by filling out an application and take the journey to your family with us Today. To Fill out an application. Or click here Today. http://tribalapplication.com
Nations have been formed and tribal groups. But we were the first ones to endure the insults and attacks. We were the ones that people told us we were nuts for thinking there were black native Americans. But we continued and stayed strong without shame. At least now the world knows.

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I've been on a few Black Indian web sites or group sites and many people use Chief Eaglefeather Quotes without permission. I guess he doesn't mind as long as they give our people a sense of well being and pride.


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