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INDIGENOUS INTERNATIONAL REPATRIATION CONFERENCE - Association on American Indian Affairs

2.7.16

INDIGENOUS INTERNATIONAL REPATRIATION CONFERENCE - Association on American Indian Affairs



The Association on American Indian Affairs is pleased to announce that the INDIGENOUS INTERNATIONAL REPATRIATION CONFERENCE: “Shifting the Burden”
will take place this year at the Isleta Resort & Casino in Albuquerque, NM, September 26-27, 2016. We welcome participants to come together to learn, share,
and discuss the very important cultural and human rights issue of Indigenous International Repatriation.


Conference Hotel Rate: $99/per night
Rate Code: AOA0916 (Also, state that you are attending the AAIA International Repatriation Conference.)
Hotel Block available until full.


Book your hotel room for the conference here.



Who Should Attend?

We welcome Tribal Elders, Indigenous Traditionalists & Spiritual
Leaders, Indigenous Repatriation Representatives, Native Nations,
Indigenous Peoples, Federal Agencies,
Government Representatives, Tribal Members, and other interested
participants, and look forward to having you participate in the
conference!


Submit the CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM online here
or print out a PDF form here.


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