Ninth National Indian Nations: Justice for Victims of Crime Conference



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Please note that the initial scholarship deadline was October 1, 2004. We are no longer accepting applications at this time.

If you have already applied for a conference scholarship, please note that all scholarship applicants will be receiving acceptance/rejection letters in early November 2004.


Reviving our Sacred Legacy: Lighting the Path to our Future
Wyndham Palm Springs Hotel
Agua Caliente Tribe's Spa Hotel
Panoramic View of the Coachella Valley
 Office for Victims of Crime - Putting Victims First
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
 Fox Valley Technical College
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

The Native American Children's Alliance (NACA) is an intertribal, cross-mentoring organization whose mission is to inspire and support the development, growth, and maintenance of multi-disciplinary teams and Children's Advocacy Centers in Native American and Alaska Native communties in their efforts to address child abuse. NACA was formed in April of 1999 and held it's first formal meeting on September 26, 1999 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Morongo Band of Mission Indians
AltaMira Press exists to disseminate high quality information of value to those who research, study, practice and read in the humanities and social sciences with a particular focus on helping in the professional development of those who work in the cultural life of a community-- the museum, historical society, arts center, and church.
For thousands of years, long before the arrival of any European discoverers, the indigenous people of California lived in harmony with the Earth. Their cultures, traditions, and lives were interdependent with the land and shaped by the natural resources of the region they inhabited.


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This conference and conference web site are funded under grant 2003-VR-GX-0022 from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, United States Department of Justice. Site created and maintained by the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, Inc.