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  • Anii Brown
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    Born and raised on Shinnecock, Anii is passionate about social entrepreneurship, media advocacy and…Read More

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Anii Brown
Anii Brown Campaign leader

As a former Chairperson of Shinnecock Nation Tribal Council (2011 & 2012), I saw fit to use my beach parking violation as a personal…Read More

Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas News - Shinnecock Tribe Member Angered Over Beach Parking Fees

By Erin McKinley A Southampton Village parking ticket has left one member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation angry that members of the tribe are not granted cheaper rates for parking at beaches neighboring the reservation. Last month, Dyani Brown petitioned members of the Southampton Village Board and Town Board, requesting that anyone with a…Read More
Anii Brown
Anii Brown Campaign leader

The result of Tuesday's trial was a 60-day adjournment with direction from the Judge that this is in fact a legislative issue and should be…Read More

Shinnecock Tribal Member Given More Time To Fight For Beach Parking Rights In Village - Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas

By Greg Wehner Appearing in court with more than a dozen other members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation on Tuesday, Dyani Brown was granted a two-month adjournment for a parking ticket, giving her time to take her fight to allow tribe members to be considered village residents, and thus eligible for beach parking permits, directly to the…Read More
Anii Brown
Anii Brown Campaign leader

Update! Please come out to support in person or think good thoughts for our cause this Tuesday!


A member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation has a date in Southampton Village Justice Court next week, where she will fight for rights she believes have been in place since before European settlers arrived in the 1600s. On Tuesday, May 17, Dyani Brown will appear in court to dispute a parking ticket she received at Coopers Beach in the village on…Read More