California Speaking Tour for Distinguished Native Writer and Legal Scholar, Walter Echo-Hawk, kicks off in Los Angeles with Book Talk Event for the UCLA American Indian Studies Center and UCLA Native Nations Law & Policy Center, February 5, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: California Speaking Tour for Distinguished Native Writer and Legal Scholar, Walter Echo-Hawk, kicks off in Los Angeles with Book Talk Event for the UCLA American Indian Studies Center and UCLA Native Nations Law & Policy Center, February 5, 2020. Los Angeles, California, January 29, 2020. UCLA American Indian Studies Center in partnership with … Read more

[Daily Bruin] UCLA students, faculty celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day in event

By Hedy Wang Posted: October 10, 2017 1:38 am A tribal elder of the FernandeñoTataviam Band of Mission Indians burned sage in the air as the chair of the Los Angeles City and County Indian Commission gave a blessing to all those present at an Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday. The event, which was hosted by … Read more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Urgent Forum: The Murder of Lenca Activist Berta Cáceres and the future of Indigenous and Afrodescendant Rights in Honduras

Click here for the Spanish version. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 7, 2016 Urgent Forum: The Murder of Lenca Activist Berta Cáceres and the future of Indigenous and Afrodescendant Rights in Honduras American Indian Studies Center UCLA Contact: Dr. Shannon Speed Phone: (512) 470-0341 Email: sspeed@aisc.ucla.edu On April 8, 2016 an Urgent Forum organized by the … Read more

TODAY: Secretary Jewell to Kick off Tribal Solarthon with Shinnecock Nation in New York; Press Conference Will Take Place at Rain Location

UPDATE: PRESS CONFERENCE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE RAIN LOCATION TODAY: Secretary Jewell to Kick off Tribal Solarthon with Shinnecock Nation in New York SHINNECOCK NATION, N.Y. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will visit the Shinnecock Nation in New York today, Thursday, October 1 to kick off the Tribal Solarthon as part of the … Read more

Native News Network: Let Freedom Ring American Indian Drums Asked to Sound Wednesday at 3pm edt

ATLANTA — Fifty years after to the date and time of day Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington, people across America are asked to ring bells and American Indian drums are asked to sound on to “let … Read more

Vice Chancellor, Academic Personnel Carole Goldberg Receives the Lawrence Baca Lifetime Achievement Award

Jennifer Weddle, Carole Goldberg, Angela Riley, Mike McBride at the Federal Bar Association/Native American Bar Association Indian Law Conference at Pueblo of Pojoaque where Angela Riley presented to Carole Goldberg the Lawrence Baca Lifetime Achievement Award.   The 38th Annual Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference was held on Thursday-Friday, April 11-12, 2013 at Santa … Read more

Director Angela Riley and Professor Addie Rolnick at the Critical Race Studies 6th Annual Symposium 2013: Building Our Home

Established in 2007, through a collaboration of CRS students and faculty, the CRS Symposium is the signature event of the UCLA School of Law’s Critical Race Studies Program. The purpose of the event is to foreground the most innovative ideas and strategies to end racial injustice, to promote learning and collaboration across disciplines, and to … Read more

Director Angela Riley to speak at Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Pathways for a New Millennium Conference

Director Angela Riley will be speaking on “Consent & Culture: Indigenous Lands & Traditional Knowledge” at the Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Pathways for a New Millennium Conference, along with panelists: Kristen Carpenter (Moderator), Colorado Law, Susan Anthony, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and Preston Hardison, Tulalip Tribes. Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Pathways for … Read more

Director Angela Riley Presented ‘The History of Native American Lands and the Supreme Court’ at 2012 Leon Silverman Lecture Series

2012 Leon Silverman Lecture Series The 2012 Leon Silverman Lecture Series focuses on the Constitution and the Supreme Court’s earliest history on property rights. Reservations are required to gain entry and seating is limited. Reservations for the entire series will be given priority. Please call 202-543-0400 to make reservations. Reservations are on a first come … Read more

2011 FBA Indian Law Conference

The Indian Law Section of the FBA is pleased to present the 36th Annual Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference, held in Indian Country for the third year at the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Buffalo Thunder Resort. Featuring a broad array of topics and speakers, this year’s Conference will address “Best Practices and Continuing Challenges in … Read more