ERIC Number: ED238611
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Native American Rights Fund: 1982 Annual Report.
Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, CO.
The 1982 annual report of the Native American Rights Fund (NARF), a non-profit organization specializing in the protection of Indian rights, explains the organization, its structure, its priorities, its activities, and its financial status. Opening statements by the chairman, Roger Jim, and the executive director, John Echohawk, note that despite $270,000 less in federal funds in fiscal 1982, NARF achieved significant decisions in major legal cases involving Indian treaty fishing rights in the Great Lakes and prevention of flooding of the Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Reservation. The report continues with a description of the founding and development of NARF and an explanation of its priorities: preservation of tribal existence, protection of tribal natural resources, promotion of human rights, accountability of governments, and development of Indian law. Following descriptions of NARF's organization, administration, financial accountability, and national support committee, the report presents a detailed account of the organization's activities in 1982 in the areas of tribal status clarification, tribal governmental authority, protection of Indian lands, Eastern Indian land claims, tribal water rights, Indian hunting and fishing rights, Indian education, the Indian law support center, and the National Indian Law Library. A 9-page treasurer's report and financial statement complete the illustrated report. (SB)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, CO.
Identifiers: Financial Audits; Land Rights; Native American Rights Fund; Water Rights
Note: For a related document, see ED 226 907.