The Center’s Executive Director Robert T. Coulter helped kick off the Breaking Through Power event May 23, 2016. in Washington, D.C. Speaking under the theme Breaking Through Power: How it’s Done, Coulter shared the challenges facing indigenous peoples today and what can be done to make sure the... read more

On Wednesday, May 18, 2016, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held a Legislative Hearing to receive testimony on two bills concerning tribal justice systems, the protection of Native women and children, and public safety in Indian Country:  

The American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples has been approved to go before the Organization of American States (OAS) General Assembly in June, 2016. The OAS is a regional intergovernmental human rights organization of 35 member countries of the Americas including the United States... read more
Indian nations have historically been international actors and a part of the world community of sovereign nations, and this is shown by their treaties with the United States and other nations. Today, tribes are seeking to rejoin the international community in order to protect their lands,... read more
A capacity crowd converged at the Church Center for the United Nations chapel on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, in New York City for Together We Are Stronger: Indigenous Women’s Movements to End Violence Against American Indian, Alaska Native, and Aboriginal Women. This event was intended to recognize,... read more

A workshop and discussion for Oklahoma Indian nations hosted by the Citizen Potawatomi Nation

Today Indian nations are rejoining the global community as sovereign nations in order to protect our sovereignty, our resources, our cultures, and our people. Indian nations in Oklahoma are...

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March 16, 2016| New York, NY  — Speakers from American Indian tribes, Alaska Native villages, and Canadian national indigenous organizations are set to converge for a critical panel discussion on violence against indigenous women and girls.

Feb. 23 2016
By Kanya D'Almeida, Race and Justice Reporter, RH Reality Check

Signed into law by President Obama on July 29, 2010, the purposes of the Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA) include: clarifying the responsibilities of federal, state, tribal, and local governments with respect to crimes in Indian country; increasing coordination and communication among federal, state... read more