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New Supreme Court Update Available

New NARF Legal Review Available

State high court empowers tribes' child custody decisions

The Stockbridge-Munsee Land-Claim Settlement Agreement Stands On Firm Legal Ground

Pamunkey Indian Tribe Files for Federal Acknowledgment

Shinnecock Nation's federal acknowledgment finally realized

Hogan v. Kaltag Tribal Council Decision

NARF Co-Hosts Education Meeting at NIEA Annual Conference

Steve Moore to Speak at Tribal Water Law Conference

NARF 2009 Annual Report Available Online

$1.5 million grant from Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation fuels Native American Rights Fund

The State of Alaska, NARF, Northern Justice Project and ACLU Reach Settlement In Yup'ik Language and Voter Assistance Case

John Echohawk recaps 40 years of trust responsibility in Indian education since Kennedy Report in National Indian Education Association's (NIEA)Winter 2009/2010 NIEA News.

Heather Kendall-Miller, NARF Attorney, Cover Story in First Alaskan Magazine

Dawn Baum delivers Keynote Address for Library of Congress's 2009 Celebration of Native American Heritage Month

Shinnecock Indian Nation is One Step Closer to Federal Acknowledgement


NARF Announces New Alliance with Westlaw to Improve Access to Tribal law

Nebraska Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Rights

The City Of Bethel, NARF And ACLU Agree On Voting Rights Act Measures

National sacred sites day raises justice issues

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge of the Voting Rights Act


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New Young Artists Book

NARF Launches New Young Artists Book for Native Rights
A Practical Guide to the Indian Child Welfare Act

Recently published : A Practical Guide to the Indian Child Welfare Act


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Speaking Engagements:

Friday, November 11, 2011
John Echohawk, Executive Director, Native American Rights Fund, will be speaking at Colorado Law, Wolf Law Building on the CU Boulder campus at 6 pm in the Wittemyer Court Room. Please follow this link for more information.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Boulder Conversations with EXTRAORDINARY People - Native American Rights Fund's Executive Director John Echohawk will speak at the Boulder History Museum’s Conversations with Extraordinary People event. Please follow this link for ticket information.

Podcasts New podcast: Making the River.


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