As of 1969, Congress had passed 5,000 laws for Indians. The effects of the laws had been to reduce the role of Indian tribal leaders and enhance the power of federal officials to regulate Indian people and their lives. This webinar will give a brief explanation of how the federal government’s policies have led to these laws for Indians. There will be a brief overview of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), the Native American Graves Protection and Reparation Act (NAGPRA) and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
– What are some laws just for Indian people
– How American Indian Law is applied to lands and property
– How to assert your legal rights under federal laws for Indians
Brenda Golden, Esq., Brenda Golden, Esq.
Brenda Golden is an enrolled citizen of the Muscogee Nation. She attended Sequoyah Indian High School, served 8 years in the US Air Force, and resided in Central Oklahoma from 1986 to 2013. She has a Bachelor’s and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma, and has graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law. Her professional work experience includes over 15 years in HR and Executive Mgmnt. She has worked for the last 10 years with native organizations.
Brenda Golden is an enrolled citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She grew up outside of Clearview, Oklahoma on “Harjo Hill”, attended Sequoyah Indian High School, served in the US Air Force for 8 years and resided in Central Oklahoma from 1986 to 2013. She currently resides in Eastern Oklahoma having relocated to work for her tribal nation. Brenda has three daughters (one deceased) and four grandchildren.
She has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration in Marketing and a Masters in Business Administration both conferred from the University of Oklahoma. Brenda graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law with a Juris Doctor and is a member of the National Native American Bar Association.
Her professional work experience includes over 15 years in Human Resources and Executive Management and 10 years with the State of Oklahoma. She has dedicated the last 10 years to working with tribal governments and native organizations.
- Offered: Online
- Start: August 28, 2018 -
- End: August 28, 2018 -