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California laws exist today that continue to protect fish and exempt California Indians from related prohibitions.
The Status of American Indian Children in Los Angeles (November 2004) is a policy brief by the Los Angeles American Indian Children's Council that presents recent findings on the status of American Indian and Alaskan Native (AIAN) children in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Created by California Indian leaders and public interest attorneys, CILS has been one of the preeminent advocates for the rights of Native Americans and Indian Tribes for over thirty years.
Please refer to California Tribal Court/BJA for more resources specific to California Tribal Court Development and the Bureau of Justice Assistance Tribal Court Assistant (TCAP) Program.The mission of Native Nations Law and Policy Center at UCLA School of Law is to support Native nations throughout the United States, with a special focus on California tribes, in developing their systems of governance and in addressing critical public policy issues and to apply the resources of state-supported education together with tribal expertise to address contemporary educational needs for southern California Tribes.The NNLPC includes the following programs and projects: Research and Publications; Tribal Legal Development Clinic; Instructional and Training (Tribal Learning Community and Educational Exchange).The Southern California Indian Center (SCIC) is a non-profit community-based organization serving the American Indian, Native Alaskan and Native Hawaiian communities of Los Angeles, Orange, Kern and Riverside Counties -- covering over 5,000 square miles and hosting the largest concentration of urban American Indian/Native Alaskans in the nation.mission is to provide quality educational programs, primary health, mental health, housing, economic development and social services to American Indians residing in Los Angeles County in a manner that is sensitive and respectful to cultural, tribal and spiritual values.