Please join us for a Focus on Native American Rights Fund on Wednedsay, April 12. Staff attorney Beth Margaret Wright will present generally on NARF’s legal advocacy work for Tribal Nations across the country, while highlighting the work done in Colorado. This includes a focus on the work regarding Colorado’s Indian Child Welfare Act laws, protecting sacred places in Colorado, federal Indian boarding schools in Colorado, and the Implementation Project that is a joint initiative of NARF and The University of Colorado Law School that works to raise awareness of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Beth Margaret Wright is a citizen of the Pueblo of Laguna and a staff attorney at the Native American Rights Fund. Throughout her education and career, Beth has focused on advancing Indian Country’s next generation. Her work is inspired by a desire to uplift Indigenous joy, strength, and success. At NARF, she devotes much of her attention to Indian Boarding School healing, history, and policy, but she also tackles issues related to Indian child welfare and Indigenous methods for dispute resolution (through the Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative).
$15 to attend. Please click here to sponsor this event.
3269 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80301