When Native people, allies, and visionary funders worked together to create the Native American Rights Fund in California in 1970, the team decided that to create an effective national legal defense for Native people...
On June 29, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, overturned the long-held understanding that states do not have authority to prosecute non-Indians
Starting March 21, 2023, the Native American Rights Fund will be located at our new address: 250 Arapahoe Ave. Boulder, CO 80302-5821.
Our 2020 report, Obstacles at Every Turn: Barriers to Political Participation Faced by Native American Voters, identified voter registration opportunities across
Congratulations to Patrice H. Kunesh, major gifts officer at the Native American Rights Fund, on her successful nomination to serve as the Commissioner of the U.S. Department
Alaska celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich Day on February 16. Elizabeth Peratrovich (Tlingit, Yéil (Raven), L’ukaax.ádi (Sockeye)) was a powerful Alaska Native
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians announces a two-year grant of $300,000 per year to the Native American Rights Fund...
Monday is Valentine’s Day, a day to celebrate love. Otu’han is the Lakota (Sioux) word translated as “giveaway”. This Valentine’s
In December 2022, the United States Supreme Court adopted changes to its rules. The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is happy to report that in those changes is a big win for Indian Country, one for which NARF actively advocated on behalf of tribal nations.