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  • Multi Media | United League of Indigenous Nations
    30 15 25 34 SignedTreatyAug1 Read more Original Signing 2012 05 30 15 15 45 Lummi Nation November 15 2007 Read more AFN 2012 05 30 15 06 47 Assembly of First Nations The Story The story of the Assembly of First Nations AFN is one that remains unknown to most Canadians It is the story that is lived each day by the First Nations peoples of Canada It is

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  • Working Groups | United League of Indigenous Nations
    treaties with the United States government to managers of the resource NWIFC was formed in 1975 to support tribal fisheries management activities and to enable the tribes to speak with a united voice In addition to helping the tribes develop cooperative fisheries plans the NWIFC board of commissioners and the commission staff help coordinate such programs as enhancement and habitat management This example of state tribal cooperation has had its challenges but it has been fundamentally successful and has inspired similar efforts in other parts of the U S and the world With Frank s leadership the NWIFC and the tribes it serves are working to protect and restore the salmon resource for Indians and non Indians alike Dr Zoltan Grossman is a member of the faculty in Geography and Native American World Indigenous Peoples Studies at The Evergreen State College in Olympia Washington He edited the 2006 NIARI report Climate Change and Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations He was a co founder of the Midwest Treaty Network which coordinated the Witness for Nonviolence program monitoring the Wisconsin Ojibwe spearfishing conflict and which later brought together Native Americans with their former adversaries in sportfishing groups to protect the fish from mining projects Zoltan earned a Ph D in Geography with a minor in American Indian Studies in 2002 at the University of Wisconsin Madison His doctoral dissertation studied Unlikely Alliances Treaty Conflicts and Environmental Cooperation between Native American and Rural White Communities Zoltan taught human geography at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire in 2002 05 Website http academic evergreen edu g grossmaz Working Groups Documents Possible Climate Change Responses for a United League of Indigenous Nations Zoltan Grossman Senior Research Associate Northwest Indian Applied Research Institute Border Crossing Mervin Louis Guassac better known as Louie was born and raised in San Diego County Mr Guassac is a member of the Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians where he serves as Chair of the HIP Committee and Co Chair of the Economic Development Committee Kumeyaay Cultural Repatriation Committee KCRC and Tribal Historian Mr Guassac was the lead person to Develop the first stand alone Indian Housing Authority on a reservation in the an Diego County that provided thirty five HUD homes for tribal member s 1989 1993 He is the owner and CEO of Guassac Associates an Indian owned consulting company and majority owner of Talking Rocks Media LLC a starte of the art multi media firm The main purpose of Guassac Associates is to identify economic development opportunities and to assist with diversifying tribal governments economic development portfolios Louis Guassac is also the Executive Director of the Kumeyaay Border Task Force KBTF through the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians and KBTF is comprised of federally recognized Kumeyaay bands interested with resolving the pass and re pass issue for Baja Kumeyaay tribal members KBTF has spent years educating various federal agencies of the aboriginal territory of Kumeyaay that spans the international border separating the United States Southern California Region and Mexico Northern Baja California Mr Guassac with tribal government support directed KBTF in creating solid working relations with the U S Immigration and Naturalization Service Bureau of Indian Affairs BIA Department of Justice Office of Tribal Justice United States Consulate Tijuana Mexican Consulate San Diego INI Mexican BIA Baja California Governor s Office In addition KBTF played an important role in the recent passage of a Joint Resolution AJR 60 of the State of California Assembly that in addition to supporting the continued pass and re pass for Baja Kumeyaay but also acknowledging the Trans Border status but also recognizing the aboriginal territory of Kumeyaay by the State of California Working Group Documents Proposed Regs Border Crossing The excerpt below is from a June 25 proposed rule by Dept of State Documents required for travelers departing from or arriving in the US at ports of entry Their proposal is self evident and the issue is whether US Canada and Mexico tribal nations or others would have a united position regarding a response with recommendations Indigenous Nations Relations Chief Jaret Cardinal Sucker Creek First Nation 150 A I am Cree and I have been elected to the position of Chief of the Sucker Creek First Nation which is signatory to Treaty No 8 The Sucker Creek First Nation is the original location upon which Treaty relations were concluded between our forefathers and the Queen s Representatives Treaty No 8 Over the past ten years I have had the opportunity to work with the leadership from the First Nations in Alberta Canada and gain extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with Treaty Rights Aboriginal Rights Case Law and governance issues In this time I have had the opportunity to play a critical role in the development of our Treaty Bilateral process to ensure that our interests are being addressed through the implementation of Supreme Court of Canada decisions I played a lead role in the development of policies related to Specific Land Claims and governance Prior to my election as Chief of the Sucker Creek First Nation I have worked as the Chief of Staff for the AFN Alberta Regional office During this time I have gained valuable experience in working in preparation for the first meeting on Aboriginal issues with the First Ministers since the Constitutional conferences of the 1980 s As a professional I have dedicated my time towards improving the conditions facing First Nations communities and the advancement of First Nations Treaty and Aboriginal Right s issues Finally I operate my own independent consulting company J Cardinal Consulting and this has provided with the opportunity to work closer with my own community and develop governance related tools such as a Code of Ethical Conduct for the Chief and Council of the Sucker Creek First Nation I have been married for close to ten years to my wife Becki and we have two children Adam 5 years old and Mya 2 years old Jewell James Lummi Steve Newcomb Indigenous Law research

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  • National congress american indians united nations indigenous people declaration of rights
    Comments The United League was honored to present Mirna Cunningham Chair of the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as she addressed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples top No Responses to ULIN at NCAI 2011

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  • Archives for November 2012 | United League of Indigenous Nations
    ULIN at NCAI 2011 Uncategorized Nov 16 2012 No Comments The United League was honored to present Mirna Cunningham Chair of the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as she addressed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous

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  • Uncategorized | United League of Indigenous Nations
    at NCAI 2011 Uncategorized Nov 16 2012 No Comments The United League was honored to present Mirna Cunningham Chair of the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as she addressed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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  • Treaty November 2007 | United League of Indigenous Nations
    Events Contact Multi Media Working Groups Treaty November 2007 Photo May 30 2012 No Comments SignedTreatyAug1 top No Responses to Treaty November 2007 Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Cancel Reply Copyright United League

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  • Original Signing | United League of Indigenous Nations
    Contact Multi Media Working Groups Original Signing Photo May 30 2012 No Comments Lummi Nation November 15 2007 top No Responses to Original Signing Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Cancel Reply Copyright United

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  • AFN | United League of Indigenous Nations
    87 First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Rights the First Nations People were excluded from taking part in the Constitutional developments of Canada First Nations peoples have had to deal with conditions of extreme poverty and isolation and vast geographical dispersion within the tremendous diversity of aboriginal cultures languages and political ideologies Improved communications and transportation have allowed First Nations Peoples to begin to talk to each other to the rest of Canada and to the rest of the world These relatively recent developments have meant that the First Nations Peoples have had to work harder and faster in order to catch up with the federal and provincial governments in the fields of political knowledge political reality and especially in political expertise The years of being excluded from Canada s formal political process has left First Nations Peoples with an incredible void to fill just in order to attain a level of political social and legal knowledge that is on par with other groups in Canadian society Unfortunately most Canadians are not aware of the many issues which brought about the need for First Nations Peoples to assert their rightful position in Canadian society Many are unaware of conditions that aboriginal

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