Twenty-five Years of California Indian Legal Services

Pfeffer, Michael
April 2006
News from Native California;Spring2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p10
The article presents information on the California Indian Legal Services (CILS) founded in 1967. Two major Indian Land Transfer Acts were successfully drafted and lobbied by CILS through the U.S. Congress. The group has actively promoted the religious rights of California Indians. The organization has grown with income exceeding the $4 million mark.


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