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Rights of Indians and Non-Indians


About CERA

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.

Indian Reservation Awareness

Federal Indian policies are decisions made expressly by the Executive Branch, Congress,  State Legislators or Courts. Tribal Governments participate in, but do not make these decisions. CERA offers a broad range of information on this website but takes no specific position unless released in a formal CERA Press Release.


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.


“You cannot become thorough Americans if you think of yourselves in groups. America does not consist of groups. A man who thinks of himself as belonging to a particular national group in America has not yet become an American.” Woodrow Wilson, May 10, 1915