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Native Nations Institute Apr 19
How Will Indians Be Counted in the 2020 Census? Activity around the 2020 Census is picking up and Indian Country is watching. The has collected insights from Norm DeWeaver on the topic. Head over to the USIDSN website to learn more!
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UA IPLP Program Apr 19
Congrats to Marliza Rivera (Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma) for being given the 2019 Native American Student Affairs Outstanding Graduate Academic Award! Marliza is an outstanding student, graduating early to earn her JD, and advancing to earn her LLM. She is also a great mentor!
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American Indian Graduate Center Apr 18
May 1st Deadlines for scholarships are approaching! We support native students pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees in any field at any accredited institution. Apply for one of our many scholarship opportunities today! ✅Apply Here:
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UA IPLP Program Apr 15
Congrats to Hallie Bongar White, IPLP and alumna, for winning the DOJ's Ronald Wilson Reagan Public Policy Award!
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UA IPLP Program Apr 12
Happening now! Professor Kinnison and Shannon Keller O'Loughlin's plenary session, titled "Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: Using International Mechanisms to Protect Indigenous Rights."
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UA IPLP Program Apr 12
IPLP partnered with to request a hearing with on the suppression of protest to extractive industries in North America. The hearing will take place May 9!
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UA IPLP Program Apr 11
alumni, if you're at the Indian Law Conference make sure to stop by our table!
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UA IPLP Program Apr 11
Professor Sullivan is co-author of “Enough Is Enough: Ten Years of Carcieri v. Salazar” published in the Public Land & Resources Law Review.
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Lydia Apr 11
Pascua Yaqui, Tohono O’odham & Hopi tribes file a second lawsuit to stop the Rosemont Mine. via
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Univ. of Arizona Law Apr 5
SBA's executive board members presented Arizona Law professor and clinic director Paul Bennett with a check of $1,600 to help support clinics. The money raised will help pay for additional client expenses such as court costs and student travel expenses.
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UA IPLP Program Apr 4
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UA IPLP Program Apr 1
Happening today at noon! Thanks to our sponsors .
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UA IPLP Program Apr 1
Congrats to Daune Cardenas (class of ’18) for her article in 's Arizona Attorney magazine, which discusses her research on the unaddressed implications that assisted reproductive technology has on enforcing ICWA.
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Native Nations Institute Mar 29
The and are pleased to announce that 12 students from 10 Tribes and 10 universities have been selected as 2019 Native American Congressional Interns. Meet the interns here:
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UA IPLP Program Mar 29
SJD Candidate Ibrahim Garba was recently published in the Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies, for his article, "Collective Biopolitics. The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Genetic Research." Congrats Ibrahim!
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Stephanie Carroll Rainie Mar 28
A great opportunity for those in Tucson (or away via Zoom) to hear 's story!
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UA IPLP Program Mar 28
On April 8, alumna Sherri Mitchell (JD, ’11), will be giving a lecture titled “Exploring Rights and Responsibilities” . Thank you to University of Arizona-Mexican American Studies and the for sponsoring this event!
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UA IPLP Program Mar 28
“Through I see what a lot of Native woman can do.” 1L Paulene Abeyta discusses how Rep. Deb Haaland serves as an inspiration and mentor to her and across the country. Via
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CNAY | Native Youth Mar 28
Tune in TODAY to Native American Calling, a live call-in public radio station, to hear from a few of this years Champions for Change talk about their initiatives! Follow the link here for more info:
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UA IPLP Program Mar 28
MLS alumna Naomi Leleto was recently published! "Maasai Resistance to Cultural Appropriation in Tourism" explores the tensions in the protection and promotion of Maasai cultural practices in the context of the tourism sector in Kenya.
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