On Monday, February 9, 2015, the plaintiffs in Tuaua v. United States will have their day in Court. But your help is needed to get them there!
Tuaua v. United States is a landmark case seeking to recognize what American Samoa's traditional leaders believed when they signed the Deeds of Cession: that so long as the U.S. flag flies over American Samoa, American Samoans have a right to U.S. citizenship. No one born on U.S. soil, whether in American Samoa or somewhere else in the United States, should have to pay $680 to be recognized as U.S. citizens.
To make it to DC the Tuaua Plaintiffs need your help! Airline tickets are expensive, and without support they won't be able to make it to DC.
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