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The articles below are from the Native American Rights Fund Blog RSS Feed. NARF’s work and resources are concentrated on five priorities which include: 1) Preserve Tribal Existence, 2) Protect Tribal Resources, 3) Promote Native American Human Rights, 4) Hold Governments Accountable to Native Americans, 5) Develop Indian Law and Educate the Public about Indian Rights, Laws and Issues.
- Global Advisory Group Says Shut Down Line 5by NARF on June 1, 2023 at 9:42 pm
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues released a draft report recommending that Canada and the United States decommission the Line 5 pipeline because of its impact on the region’s Indigenous communities. The post Global Advisory Group Says Shut Down Line 5 appeared first on Native American Rights Fund.
- Student Demands Justice After School Targets Her Eagle Plume at Oklahoma Graduation Ceremonyby Native American Rights Fund on May 16, 2023 at 12:45 pm
High school graduate Lena’ Black filed a lawsuit against the Broken Arrow School District for violating her rights to free exercise of religion… The post Student Demands Justice After School Targets Her Eagle Plume at Oklahoma Graduation Ceremony appeared first on Native American Rights Fund.
- Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Popular Regalia Billby Native American Rights Fund on May 3, 2023 at 7:52 pm
On May 1, 2023, Governor Kevin Stitt vetoed Oklahoma Senate Bill 429, which would have protected and affirmed Native students’ right to wear tribal regalia during graduation The post Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Popular Regalia Bill appeared first on Native American Rights Fund.