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NARF Welcomes UN Meeting Participants

The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) was honored to welcome UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues members and Secretariat, invited experts, Native American tribal

Eliminating Hair Discrimination in Texas Schools

"Updates to the Texas Education Code to comply with the CROWN Act could quickly make positive changes for public school students who wear traditional braids, locks, or twists," said NARF Deputy Director Matthew Campbell.

Sacred Places and Native Public Health

NARF and the John Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health invited grassroots activists working to protect sacred places and public health professionals to meet in Albuquerque...

Instead of Jewelry, Give Justice

Valentine’s Day, a day to celebrate love. Otu’han is the Lakota (Sioux) word translated as “giveaway”. This Valentine’s Day, honor

Unearthing Injustice: Winnebago Tribe’s Fight for Repatriation at Carlisle

The history of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School represents the haunting legacy of Indian boarding schools, institutions which were weaponized against Native American children and Tribal Nations in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Carlisle’s founder, General Richard Henry Pratt, characterized the mission of Indian boarding schools as being to "kill the Indian, save the man."

A Long Road to Dr. King’s Goals

Today, as the nation pauses to remember and celebrate the life and service of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. We know that there is still a long road to Dr. King’s
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