Chief David Stands with Song
Needless to say, there aren't any Cherokee tribes in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. These must be two of the hundreds of "Cherokee" groups who claim to be Indians.
Hughes may be a legitimate Indian, but as chief of a wannabe tribe, he's suspect at best. Most likely he's a wannabe too.
And please spare us the phony "Stands with Song" name. That sounds exactly like what an Indian wannabe musician would call himself after watching Dances with Wolves.
As someone noted, Hughes's presence counteracts the good done by the Oneida float in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. One audience got an accurate idea of who Indians are and another audience got an inaccurate idea.
For more on the subject, see Fraudulent "Cherokee" Organizations and A Lenape-Cherokee Jew.