Citizens Equal Rights Alliance

Rights of Indians and Non-Indians

CERF/CERA believes and defends the constitutional rights of Indians and non-Indians. Our mission is to change federal Indian policies that threaten or restrict the individual rights of all citizens living on or near Indian reservations. We do not tolerate racial prejudice of any kind. We do not knowingly associate with anyone who discriminates based on race.

Regional Educational Conference – Sept. 26

CERA’s regional conference is an “instant training center” for elected officials, law enforcement, community leaders and citizens concerned about federal Indian policy conflicts. The CERA Conference is an excellent opportunity to exchange experience, success, and effective strategies to carry back to your local communities and states. View Registration Form.

Indian Reservation Awareness

Our intent is to raise awareness and debate over federal laws, policies and regulations that deny residents of indian reservations their full constitutional rights. CERA’s criticism of these federal laws and polices is not prejudice against Indian people or culture.


Federal Indian Policy is unaccountable, destructive, racist, and unconstitutional. It is, therefore CERF and CERA’s mission to ensure the equal protection of the law as guaranteed to all citizens by the Constitution of the United States.