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  Youth from Northern Arizona pose in support of Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day 2021.
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Marchers carrying a sign that says "Justice for Missing and Murdered Native Women"
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Working with Native Americans for Justice

FCNL’s work on Native American advocacy started soon after it established an office on Capitol Hill. Read more about our history.

Pupils at Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Pennsylvania in 1900.

Addressing the Legacy of Indian Boarding Schools

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Christian churches collaborated with the government to create hundreds of boarding schools for Native American children. The conditions were horrific. It is long overdue for the United States and the Quaker community to acknowledge and address this historic trauma. 

Rep. Deb Haaland speaks at VAWA rally Sept. 2019

Violence Against Women Act Reauthorized

This long overdue reauthorization will be especially impactful for Native communities, where domestic and sexual violence occurs at unparalleled rates, and where cases involving murder or sexual assault frequently go unprosecuted.

We seek a world free of war and the threat of war.

We seek a society with equity and justice for all.

We seek a community where every person's potential may be fulfilled.

We seek an earth restored.