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The Washitaw Nation (Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah) is an African-American group associated with the Moorish Science Temple of America who claim to be a sovereign state of Native Americans within the boundaries of the United States of America. Their name is appropriated from that of the Ouachita tribe, who are also eponymous of the Washita River and of Washita, Oklahoma. The group is part of the sovereign citizen movement, whose members generally believe that they are not subject to any statutes or proceedings at the federal, state, or municipal levels.

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  • La Nation Washitaw ou Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah est un groupe d'Afro-Américains, lié au Temple de la science maure d'Amérique, se réclamant être une nation souveraine d'Amérindiens, à l'intérieur du territoire des États-Unis. Leur nom vient de celui du (en), qui vit près de la rivière, ville et comté du même nom. Le groupe fait partie du mouvement citoyen souverain, un mouvement dont les membres croient généralement qu'ils ne sont soumis à aucun statut ou procédure au niveau fédéral, étatique ou municipal. (fr)
  • The Washitaw Nation (Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah) is an African-American group associated with the Moorish Science Temple of America who claim to be a sovereign state of Native Americans within the boundaries of the United States of America. Their name is appropriated from that of the Ouachita tribe, who are also eponymous of the Washita River and of Washita, Oklahoma. The group is part of the sovereign citizen movement, whose members generally believe that they are not subject to any statutes or proceedings at the federal, state, or municipal levels. The Washitaw Nation was headed by Verdiacee Hampton Goston (also known as Verdiacee Turner, and as Empress Verdiacee Tiari Washitaw Turner Goston El-Bey, c. 1927–2014). She was mayor of Richwood, Louisiana in 1975 and 1976, and again from 1980 to 1984, and is the author of the self-published book Return of the Ancient Ones (1993). Goston asserted that the United Nations "registers the Washitaw as indigenous people No. 215". (en)
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  • La Nation Washitaw ou Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah est un groupe d'Afro-Américains, lié au Temple de la science maure d'Amérique, se réclamant être une nation souveraine d'Amérindiens, à l'intérieur du territoire des États-Unis. Leur nom vient de celui du (en), qui vit près de la rivière, ville et comté du même nom. Le groupe fait partie du mouvement citoyen souverain, un mouvement dont les membres croient généralement qu'ils ne sont soumis à aucun statut ou procédure au niveau fédéral, étatique ou municipal. (fr)
  • The Washitaw Nation (Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah) is an African-American group associated with the Moorish Science Temple of America who claim to be a sovereign state of Native Americans within the boundaries of the United States of America. Their name is appropriated from that of the Ouachita tribe, who are also eponymous of the Washita River and of Washita, Oklahoma. The group is part of the sovereign citizen movement, whose members generally believe that they are not subject to any statutes or proceedings at the federal, state, or municipal levels. (en)
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  • Nation Washitaw (fr)
  • Washitaw Nation (en)
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