We are a Nation of the many unrecognized tribes across the Americas. We have re-established our Nation in an effort to educate our families, friends and people around the world regarding our true history and culture here in the Americas (North, Central and South America). 


The Waya Nation shall promote spirituality, growth of its nation, strong family values, education regarding our true history as a people here in the Americas, social stability, economic independence, transitional 24-hour home care for the elderly and disabled, organic farming, and a healthy and supportive environment.  Our ultimate goal is to become a sovereign nation in order to build and preserve a cultural, social, and economic foundation that can never be undermined or destroyed.


DISCLAIMER: As an Aboriginal/American Indian Nation, we do not promote racism and discrimination. We promote positive behaviors in our communities (the inner-cities across the United States among our people). While every effort has been made to ensure that the information supplied on this site is accurate, it is subject to change from time to time. The Waya Nation will not accept any liability for any loss or damage which may be incurred by any person acting in reliance upon the information. Information on this site and in related information are provided on the basis that readers will be responsible for making their own assessments of the matters discussed and are advised to verify all relevant representations, statements and information before acting on any information contained in or in connection with this site.


The thousands of Federal and State “Unrecognized Tribes” across America that you hear about is our ancestors. You may have heard stories that "all the Indians died from diseases such as the Spanish Flu, wars with the Colonist, that our ancestors were kidnapped by “white men” in Africa, placed in chains, and shipped to the Americas and enslaved. This is the biggest lie ever told in American History. Our ancestors are the Aboriginals/American Indians - “The Copper-Colored Races” found in America by the Europeans” (Noah Webster 1828).  


After the British Colonist established the thirteen Colonies (Corporations), their former indentured servants and slaves assembled and decided that they no longer wished to pay taxes to the king/queen of England. Thus, this was the start of the Revelutionary War in which the British were defeated. The former British indentured servants drafted the first U.S. Constitution in 1778. Fast forward our ancestors were admitted into their Corporation in the late 1700 -1800s via their 13th and 14th Amendments. Thousands of our Ancestors from the South did not wish to assimilate into their industrialization system but were forced by the brutal, local State wars and the Civil War. Thus we were admitted under false racial identies such as coloreds, negros, mulattos and blacks. Our American Indian ancestors were the sharecroppers of their owned lands in the Northern and Southern States. They were forced and removed from their homes/farms via imposed fraudulant real-estate laws. Local State legislation separated our "light-skinned" (more European features) from the darker child (Negros) who are the full-blooded first people of north, central and south America! 


We just want to tell the truth and no longer hide who we are. We were forced to hide under false skin descriptions: Indians, coloreds, negros, blacks, now African Americans (which was an identity given to our people because our skin is many shades of "brown", and also to make us foreignors to our rightful land - North America). These multiple false racial descriptions were placed upon our people in an effort to avoide the “Indian not Taxed” law in the U.S. Constition. 


We are not ashamed to discuss the hidden truths behind our many racial descriptions (Indians, Negros, Coloreds, Mulattos, Blacks, Afro-Americans, African-Americans (false) - We never came from Africa. We are only from the soil of the Americas. That said, The Waya Nation will continue to be a humble people and tell the truth about our history.