The Indian Law Resource Center and indigenous leaders from Guatemala have a plan to stop the progress of a harmful nickel mine in indigenous territories. We need your help! Leaders from Agua Caliente, a community of Maya Q'eqchi' Indians, are in Washington, D.C., this week to raise international awareness about the abuse and injustices they face. Community leader Rodrigo Tot has…
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Agua Caliente leaders map their plan to tell their story to the international community.
The Center released a new video urging lawmakers to reauthorize a stronger version of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). "Lawmakers…Read More
Thank you for supporting our efforts to help the Rapa Nui Nation. With your donations, the Center was able to send a team of lawyers to meet with Rapa Nui leaders in August. It was the first time that indigenous human rights lawyers provided in depth information on international law standards…Read More
Indian Law Resource Center staff recently visited Easter Island to provide training for Rapa Nui leaders. According to this news report in Spanish, 200 participants learned about political tools to help them advocate for their rights. The team returns this week. Stay tuned for more updates. Thanks…Read More
Indian Law Resource Center needs your help to save a culture on the verge of extinction! The Center is planning to send our best lawyers, free of charge, to help the Rapa Nui preserve what is left of their culture and sacred sites. $12,000 is still needed to make the trip. Make a contribution today…Read More