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A Brief History

On August 3, 1990, President of the United States George H. W. Bush declared the month of November as National American Indian Heritage Month, thereafter commonly referred to as Native American Heritage Month. First sponsor of "American Indian Heritage Month" was through the American Indian Heritage Foundation by the founder Pale Moon Rose, of Cherokee-Seneca descent and an adopted Ojibwa, whose Indian name Win-yan-sa-han-wi "Princess of the Pale Moon" was given to her by Alfred Michael "Chief" Venne

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Celebrating Legal Trailblazers

Learn more about past and present trailblazers that have impacted the legal field.

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Excluded and Alone: Examining the Experiences of Native American Women in the Law and a Path Towards Equity

View the newly published study from a collaboration between the ABA's Commission on Women in the Profession and the National Native American Bar Association, looking specifically at the experiences of Native women in the legal profession - and a call to action to better support Native women in the profession.

ABA 21-Day National Native American Heritage Equity Habit Building Challenge ©

The Challenge includes short daily assignments to become more aware, compassionate, constructive, engaged in the quest for equity, and to learn more about the Native American communities.

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National Native American Bar Association

NNABA shares many of the same goals of diversity and increased understanding of unique cultural and legal issues with minority bar associations.

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