I decided to write a post here just to suggest that people do some more research before making their safari. I wish I had done some more, but some things are not so obviouse.
I traveled with Safari Legacy. Come to find out it is a company owned by an Indian Family that made their fortune in Hunting. The guide says the company no longer does hunting but that the owner is still hunting quite often. I was shocked as the company seems to be very conservation oriented.
I then was told how these Indian owned companies treat Tanzanians. At first I assumed that it was a ploy to get tips, but many Tanzanians freely confirmed that it is common that Indians treat Tanzanians very badly. The working conditions are very poor and the salaries are very low.
I was also surprised that there are so many Indians in Tanzania. They seem to own most of the shops. Also after asking around it turns out that they own many of the "local" tour companies. This includes: Safari Legacy, Easy Travel, Roy Safaris, Leopard, and Predator from what I was told. I am sure there are others. Indians also own SOPA lodges. Don't be fooled into thinking you are booking locally when you are actually booking with Indians that treat locals bad.