American Indian Law Alliance

Serve Indigenous nations, communities and peoples in advocating for just and equitable rights; preserve the unique world view of Indigenous peoples for generations to come; and provide support to our leadership and community organizing efforts.

American Indian Law Alliance
11 Broadway Second Floor
NewYork, NY 10004
United States
212-477-9100
http://www.ailanyc.org

President

Tonya Gonnella Frichner

Management Team

Tonya Gonnella Frichner, Alexis Callender

Board of Directors

Tonya Gonnella Frichner, Herb Frichner, Sammy Toinetta, Joanna Bigfether, Curtis Harris, Maxine Nolan Gonnella, Alexis Callender

Project Leaders

Kaylena Bray

Mission

Serve Indigenous nations, communities and peoples in advocating for just and equitable rights; preserve the unique world view of Indigenous peoples for generations to come; and provide support to our leadership and community organizing efforts.

Programs

Provide legal counsel to the Haudenosaunee Nations, the Iroquoise Nationals Lacrosse Team, advocated for the Environmental Earth Summit, and has provided free walk-in legal service for many years.

Statistics on American Indian Law Alliance

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2007: $150,000
  • Annual Budget for 2006: $150,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $250,000
  • Other funding sources: Seva Foundation, North Star Foundation, Onondaga Nation, Public Welfare Foundation, Seventh Generation Foundation, Uniterarian Universalist VEATCH Program
  • Religious Affiliation: NA