Restoration Magazine

The Restoration of Native Sovereignty and Safety for Native Women magazine is dedicated to informing tribal leaders, advocates and communities of emerging issues impacting the safety of American Indian and Alaska Native women. The name of the magazine, Restoration of Native Sovereignty and Safety for Native Women, reflects the grassroots strategy that by strengthening the sovereignty of Indian nations to hold perpetrators accountable, the safety of Native women will be restored. 

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Relevant Articles:Editor's Note | Vol. 20 | Issue 1Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM) 2023Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2023Women’s Rights: Our Work Is Not DoneMvto and T’igwicid (Thank You) To Former NIWRC Board Members Cherrah Giles and Deborah Parker for Serving NIWRC Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition (MIWSAC) Serving as National Tribal Sexual Assault Resource CenterThe U.S. Civil Rights Act and Protection of Native WomenPouhana O Nā Wāhine Organizing Efforts To Increase the Safety of Native Hawaiian Women: An Exercise of Native Hawaiian SovereigntyLegislative UpdateRestoration of Native Sovereignty and Safety for Native WomenExercising Sovereignty to Respect and Protect Native WomenHealing As CommunityAdvocacy in Action: 6-Point Action PlanFederal Laws Can Make a Difference in the Disproportionate Rate of Violence Against Native American and Alaska Native WomenMana Mauli Ola o Nā Wāhine: The Strength of the Breath of Life, Power of Healing WomenCulturally Appropriate Advocacy Identifies Need for Adequate ResourcesAlliance of Tribal Coalitions to End Violence and the Tribal CoalitionsNCAI Passes Thacker Pass ResolutionMMIW: Take Action! CardsIndigenous Women and Indigenous LandIntersection of Movement and Advocacy For Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and RelativesArt's Role in Advocacy - Artist Spotlight: Nick Alan FooteAlaska Native Women: Ending the Violence, Reclaiming a Sacred StatusAlaska’s Newest Congressperson, Mary Peltola, Makes History and Gets to WorkInternational Advocacy UpdateVAWA Sovereignty Initiative Update