Thursday, October 23, 2008

The American Indian Rights and Resources Organization Works to Enforce the Government's Trust Responsibility

AIRRO is always looking to expand their membership. Please consider joining, to help defend the civil rights of the Individual Indian. Many tribes like the Cherokee, Pechanga, Picayune and Redding are stripping citizens of their basic civil and human rights. Help raise the volume by joining.

The American Indian Rights and Resources Organization was founded to educate and assist all individuals regarding basic human and civil rights issues throughout Indian Country.

AIRRO recognizes that there is a growing trend within Indian Country where many individual Indians and non-Indians alike are being denied or stripped of basic human and civil rights afforded to all United States citizens. As such, AIRRO’s goals are to educate the public about these injustices and effect change to provide all individuals with equal rights and protections .

AIRRO will serve as a resource for those seeking information or assistance regarding the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 and other laws which impact the human rights and civil liberties of Indians and non-Indian individuals.

AIRRO will work to assist individuals in order to protect, promote, and preserve the basic human rights and civil liberties of the individual as those rights are enumerated in applicable federal, state, tribal and international laws.

AIRRO will also work to enforce the U.S. Government's trust responsibility to the Indian individual and show that this trust responsibility is equally as important as the government-to-government relationship between Indian Tribes and the federal government.

AIRRO believes that victims whose human rights and/or civil liberties have been violated should be allowed to confront their oppressor in a fair, just, and unbiased forum.

AIRRO condemns any acts which violate the human rights and civil liberties of any person or persons, especially when the perpetrators claim immunity from prosecution based on their status as “tribal officials“.

You do not need to be an American Indian in order to be an AIRRO member. Membership in AIRRO is open to all who support the belief that basic human rights and civil liberties should be afforded to all people.

If you believe in equal rights and equal protection for all, we would love to have you as a member of AIRRO.

Please download and fill out the AIRRO Membership Application available here or contact AIRRO at


Anonymous said...

How many people are in AIRRO now?

Anonymous said...

What is AIRRO working on right now?