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AFNAfghanistan
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AFNAfrique Française du Nord (French: French North Africa)
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AFNAdditional Funds Needed
AFNAll For Now (used at end of email)
AFNAssociation Française de Nutrition (French: French Association of Nutrition)
AFNAmerica's Fiber Network (LLC)
AFNAlternative Fuel News (publication; US Department of Energy)
AFNAmerican Forensic Nurses
AFNAdvanced Fiber Network
AFNATS Facilities Notification
AFNAdoption Family Network
AFNAll For Naught
AFNAggregate Function Network
AFNAsociación Futuro de los Niños (Association for the Future of Children, Guatemala)
AFNAcronym For Nothing
AFNAddress Complete Message Subscriber Free, No Charge (ANSI)
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Jackson, Alaska Federation of Natives) ("Now, we are trying to get away from the BIA, frankly, and from the Secretary of the Interior and accomplish a transition into American society.").
MAUDE BLAIR, Vice President of the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN).
Information on the views of political activists (leaders in Native interest groups) was gathered from published writings - statements to Congress, speeches reported in the media, or resolutions debated at annual conferences (e.g., those of the Alaska Federation of Natives; or RuralCAP, a non-profit corporation which seeks to advance the interests of rural Natives; or "Bush justice" conferences (i.e.
Numerous Native leaders have spoken at annual and special conventions of the Alaska Federation of Natives rejecting "subsistence" as a term that minimizes a complex and holistic way of interacting with their traditional lands, waters and the plants and animals that share this territory.
In Chapters six through eight, Chance capably leads the reader through the complexity of legislation related to the land and people (the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 and its amendments, most significantly those of 1987 which have largely secured the land for Native people, Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of 1980, to name the most salient), the plethora of Native associations and corporations (the Alaska Federation of Natives, Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission, Arctic Slope Native Association, the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, Inupiat Patiot, Inupiat Community of the Arctic Slope, Inuit Circumpolar Conference), the regional government (North Slope Borough and its various commissions), and the competing authorities and interests of these structures.
* The Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Convention is October 17-19 at the Carlson Center and other venues around Fairbanks.
(54) The daunting task presented to ANCs was described by then-President of the Alaska Federation of Natives Janie Leask in a 1984 submission to the President's Commission on Indian Reservation Economies:
Dena'ina Center, Anchorage: The Alaska Federation of Natives Convention is the largest representative annual gathering in the United States of any Native peoples.
Our first Comment is written by Maude Blair, the Vice President of the Alaska Federation of Natives, and is titled Issuing New Stock in ANCSA Corporations.
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