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Santa Elena Project of Accompaniment (S.E.P.A.)

Founded in 1997, SEPA is a non-profit, non-partisan corporation in Ohio exclusively for the charitable and educational purpose of supporting human rights work in the Guatemalan Mayan communities of Santa Elena and Copal AA. In addition, SEPA informs North Americans about conditions in Guatemala through educational outreach and delegations to Guatemala. Through various fundraisers, SEPA raises money to support self-directed infrastructure programs and to prevent human rights violations in these communities; 90% of all funds directly support projects in Guatemala.

Sinixt Elders in Canada Need Financial Support - PRESS RELEASE September 12, 2012

IN LATEST BID FOR JUSTICE THROUGH THE CANADIAN COURTS EXTINCT TRIBE (THE SINIXT) WAIT TO SEE IF COURTS WILL DECIDE IF THEY MUST PAY COURT COSTS FOR NOT ONLY BEING EXTINCT BUT MOOT AS WELL.

Freedmen controversy, what's your stance?

(This may belong in the Land rights/Treaty Rights section but I'm not too sure if it really needs/should be there)
Ok so how do you feel about the 5 civilized tribes ( Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw) tribes dispelling their Freedmen citizens? Do you support that? Or do you think that they should be able to be enrolled tribal members just like members by blood?
I fully support tribal sovereignty but I do not know if I fully support those tribes decisions in doing these things, so I would like to hear how everybody feels about this issue.

NATIVE DANCE TROUPE

Witness the beauty, grace, and timeless relevance of traditional and "fancy" native dance styles. The American Indian Movement Cleveland coordinates appearances, both domestically and internationally, of Native Dance Troupes.

DOCUMENTARY FILM

Wa-WHO? Nothing Is Sacred
A film by filmmaker Dennis K. Adkins & Cleveland A.I.M.

American Indian Movement Cleveland is pleased to announce a documentary exploring the struggles of native people in Cleveland, and how Cleveland Baseball and its "Chief Wahoo" logo affects the community. This documentary took over a year to film.

About Cleveland American Indian Movement

Cleveland American Indian Movement was founded in 1970 by Russell Means, a Lakota Sioux activist born on Pine Ridge Reservation, and Dennis Banks, an Objiwa activist and one of the original founders of the American Indian Movement. Cleveland A.I.M.

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