Native American Rights Fund


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Native American Rights Fund (NARF)

Address:1506 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80302

Phone:303-447-8760
Fax:303-443-7776
Web: www.narf.org
Established: 1970. Description:Dedicated to preserving tribal existence and protecting tribal natural resources. Promotes human rights and educates the public about Indian rights, laws, and issues. Provides legal representation and technical assistance to Indian tribes, organizations, and individuals nationwide. NARF also maintains a law library that offers reference and research assistance to the public. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: JUSTICE Newsletter (biannually); free. NARF Legal Review (biannually); free.

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