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President’s Alaska Visit: Remarkable On So Many Levels, But What Story Do We Tell?
President Barack Obama’s visit to Alaska was inspiring...
War of Words: ICWA Faces Multiple Assaults From Adoption Industry
Yesterday the Phoenix, Arizona-based Goldwater Institute announced the filing of A.D. v...
A NARF-Lifer?: Heather Whiteman Runs Him Hopes So
Indian attorneys aspire to work for the Native American Rights Fund for many reasons, but the most common is they want to engage in work that has an impact at home and throughout I...
Matt Campbell Works the Dream Job at NARF
If you had asked Matthew Campbell when he graduated from Fort Lewis College 11 years ago if he ever imagined that he would one day work as an attorney for the Native American Right...
NARF Marks another Big Anniversary
The Native American Rights Fund turned 45 years old in 2015...
There's the Door: NARF Ends Service With FedEx; Courier Company Will Not Comment
The Native American Rights Fund, a nonprofit law firm, has ended its service with the courier delivery company FedEx due to its sponsorship of the Washington football team, the org...
When Justice Doesn’t Work: A NARF Attorney on Restoring the Circle
Most Americans can turn to the courts for remedies to injustice...
The Mother of the Earth Returns to Tyonek Native Village
This is a great day for Al Goozmer, president of the Native Village of Tyonek, in Alaska. So the tribal president wants to show us everything in this village of about 200 people...
War of Words: ICWA Hearings Reignite Ancient Clash Over Indian Children, Part 1
John Echohawk had heard enough...
‘Baseless and Fictitious Anti-Indian Rhetoric’ at Rogue Congressional Hearing on Fed Recognition
Gale Courey Toensing
The United South and Eastern Tribes, seven partner organizations and a federally recognized sovereign Indian nation have asked the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Indian, I...
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