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The United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in United States v. Rahimi, No. 22-915, on November 7. The case will determine whether it is constitutional to prohibit individuals who are subject to domestic violence protective orders from possessing firearms.
Within the framework of the 110th Session of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), the Indian Law Resource Center, the Alaska Native Women's Resource Cetner, the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center (together with its project STTARRS Indigenous Safe Housing...read more
August 9, 2023 – Today marks the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. While it is a day for celebration, it is also a day to acknowledge the hardships overcome and the ongoing rights violations endured by indigenous peoples around the world, including violations of the right of...read more
June 21, 2023
Ambassador, Manitoba Métis Federation, National Government of the Red River Métis
21 de junio de 2023
Embajador ante la Federación Manitoba Métis del Gobierno Nacional de Red River Métis
The Indian Law Resource Center is thrilled with the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). The constitutionality of ICWA was challenged on equal protection, congressional authority, and anti-commandeering grounds. A long history of case law, legislative intent,...read more
The Indian Law Resource Center has multiple job positions open! Please visit the Employment section of our website for further information and how to apply: https://indianlaw.org/about/careers.
The National Partners Working Group on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) and the MMIW Family Advisors have organized a National Week of Action (May 1-May 7, 2023) as a call to action in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women. This week-long campaign provides a space for...read more
A Parallel Event – NGO CSW Forum
UN Commission on the Status of Women 67th Session