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California Indian Law Association – 14th Annual Conference October 16-17, 2014 Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, Calif. Register Here: http://www.calindianlaw.org/2014-conference-registration.html Discounted Room Block at Pechanga Resort available Call 1-888-732-4264, and say you’re part of the Cal. Indian Law Association meeting. Thursday, Oct.
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release September 22, 2014 CONTACT: Alex Kitson, NNALSA Public Relations Director firstname.lastname@example.org NNALSA Website Now Allows Members and Employers to Create a Private Login As part of our redesign, the National NALSA website now allows members and employers to create a private login.
Here. The record demonstrates that although the trial court found that DP and AP were Indian children under the ICWA, the trial court did not apply the heightened “beyond a reasonable doubt” evidentiary standard of proof at the termination hearing as required under ICWA. Id.; 25 USC 1912(f).
(New York City) — The United Nations is prepared to adopt a formal document on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, that will commit the UN and member states to take a number of actions to put into effect and encourage compliance with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which was adopted in 2007.
Traditional Peacemaking: Exploring the Intersections Between Tribal Courts And Peacemaking, Including Alternatives To Detention Peacemaking Draft Agenda Oct 2014 Travel Logistics Peacemaking Training 2014 Date: October 6-7, 2014 Time: 8:30AM-5:00PM Place: Hard Rock Hotel – Catoosa, OK (Tulsa area).
Here are the materials in Bettor Racing Inc. v. National Indian Gaming Commission (D. S.D ...
Here is the press release: Tribal lawyer honored for his work in ensuring religious freedoms for Native American prisoners and indigenous peoples SEATTLE, WA [Sept.
Here’s the press release: New Report Documents Threat to Tribal Treaty Rights and Environmental Justice (Seattle) – The Washington State Department of Ecology is soon expected to propose new, higher, default fish consumption rates (FCRs) used to calculate allowable levels of contaminants dumped into state waters by industrial polluters.
Here is Tony Mauro’s “Arm in a Cast, Sotomayor Tours Oklahoma and Meets Tribal Leaders.” An excerpt: At an appearance on Sept. 11, Oklahoma City University president Robert Henry—formerly chief judge of the Tenth Circuit—asked Sotomayor to discuss her meeting earlier that day with “some of our native people.” Henry said, “I so much appreciated” that she met with tribal members.
Here. A basket maker and porcupine quillwork, Yvonne Walker Keshick creates birchbark masterpieces realistically decorated with quills that depict natural images as well as cultural symbols of the Odawa tribe. Also a devoted teacher, she has developed resources and provided instruction to ensure this art form is passed down to others as it was to her.
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