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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."

Thank You and Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! As a NARF supporter in 2023, you stood with us in the fight to protect Native American rights, resources, and lifeways. You are a part of the change for

Happy Holidays

From all of us at theNative American Rights Fund We extend our warmest wishes for a joyful and peaceful holiday season and a bright and prosperous New Year. Solemn Solitude

You Helped Make the Change

Your support this past year made things better for Native peoples. Changes that you set in motion in 2022, will ...

Give the Gift of Justice

In this challenging year, many of you have supported those in need through nonprofits like the Native American Rights Fund (NARF). As always, thank you for everything

Be a Part of Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a celebration of our inherent desire to help each other, show kindness, and give. It is an exciting...

First-of-its-Kind Tribal Water Institute

Walton Family Foundation commits 1.4 Million On November 13, the Native American Rights Fund and the Walton Family Foundation announced the creation of the Tribal Water
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