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            Come to Washington, D.C. on NOVEMBER 17, 2017
                         to stand with The Harvest Institute Freedmen Federation
                         and to hearoral arguments in the Indian Lawsuit case.

        Case #:     Number 16-5040, Leatrice Brown, et al v. Ryan Zinke, et al.

        When:       November 17, 2017 @ 9:30 A.M.

                                        COME EARLY TO GET A SEAT.

       Where:      United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia
                         333 Constitutional Ave.
                         Washington, D.C. 20001

       Issue:       The U.S. Departemnt of Interior Labor goverment has not
                         provided evidence or an accounting that it has fulfilled its
                         fiduciary obligations to manage the Tanner family assets
                        as mandated by the 1866 Treaties. This class action suit
                        on behalf of the descendants of Black Freedmen and
                        Black Indians.

                             Come stand with us on November 17, 2017
                       For more detailed information, see the Indian Lawsuit Alert
                       below or Dr. Anderson’s lecture on the 1866 Indian Treaties
                       on www.powernomics.com

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Your Invitation to Court
 THE HARVEST INSTITUTE ALERT ON INDIAN LAWSUIT
Leatrice Tanner et al v Ryan Zinke, et al 
Case #16-5040 in the Federal Court of Appeals
10-6-17

All supporters of PowerNomics® and The Harvest Institute are summoned to appear in person at the Federal Court of Appeals at 9:30 a.m., Friday, November 17, 2017 to hear oral arguments in case number 16-5040, Leatrice Tanner et al v Ryan Zinke, et al. This class action lawsuit was originally filed in 2006 by the Harvest Institute Freedmen Federation (HIFF), of which The Harvest Institute is a party. The Court of Appeals is located at 333 Constitution Ave. in Washington, D.C.  Click here to read enitre article

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The Harvest Institute is a non-profit, tax exempt organization established to develop policies, programs, conduct research, to advocate for and to engage in activities that lead to a Black America that is self-sufficient economically, politically and is competitive as a group. Black Labor, White Wealth: A Search for Power and Economic Justice and PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America, by Dr. Claud Anderson, president of The Harvest Institute, are the foundation for all of the work of The Harvest Institute.