Terms of use

Welcome to American Indian Republic.

These terms of use apply to a visitor to American Indian Republic or its associated websites (all of which sites are known collectively and/or individually in these Terms as the “Website”).

By accessing the Website (which includes browsing and any use, with any device or by any means) you are agreeing to be legally bound by these terms.

American Indian Republic may make changes to any part of the Website and may add to or change these Terms. All changes become effective as soon as they are posted. It is your responsibility to refer to the Terms whenever you access the Website.

We will not be liable if for any reason this Website is unavailable at any time or for any period.

Privacy Policy

American Indian Republic is consistently committed to protecting your privacy online. We never sell, share, nor redistribute your information to anyone. Any information collected is for the sole purpose of the American Indian Republic. Some information on how data is sometimes collected from you includes:

  • When you fill out a “contact” form on our Contact page, your email, and name are collected when you submit the form to contact us.
  • When you join our mailing list, your email, and name are collected when you join our mailing list.

Cookies & Tracking Activity: This site may record information in relation to your use of the site, such as pages visited, searches, referring URL and timestamp. This information is anonymous and only used for market research. This site may collect information about your visit through the use of cookies. You may opt out at any time by modifying your browser settings, however some areas of this site may stop functioning properly.

Terms & Conditions

American Indian Republic is committed to widening the public discourse on the contemporary American Indian experience. Information is subject to change, and we make no representation or warranty that the information provided by American Indian Republic is reliable, current, free of errors or completely accurate at all times. The content is created by American Indian Republic and external information collected is credited to other sites as necessary. American Indian Republic will not be liable for any inaccuracy, error or incompleteness in the content, or any issues arising from the information therein. American Indian Republic will not be liable for any losses, damages, injuries or etc that arise from the use of the information found on American Indian Republic.

Who owns the website?

The Website is owned and operated by American Indian Republic, LLC.

Rights of use

All intellectual property rights, including copyright, in the content accessible (or available for download) on the Website, including text, pictures, graphics, video, audio material, software or any other form (Content) belong to American Indian Republic or its licensors. All rights are hereby reserved.

Your promise to us

The Website and the Content may only be used for your personal, non-commercial use.

For this purpose alone you may retrieve and display the Content on a computer screen. You may also print out, but not photocopy, one copy of individual files on paper and store files in electronic form on disc, but not on any server or any other storage device connected to a network where the Content could be accessed by other users.

Except as set out above, you agree not to download, copy, reproduce, modify, store, archive, show in public, redistribute or commercially exploit in any way any part of the Content without the prior written permission of American Indian Republic. You agree not to use the Content or the Website for any illegal or improper purpose, nor for any purpose which might infringe the rights of others, or which might harass or cause inconvenience of distress to any person.

You also agree to abide by all copyright notices and restrictions attached to the Content and not to remove any such notice or restriction, or alter the Content in any way.

If you wish to re-publish, re-distribute or exploit the Content in any way you should address a request for permission to American Indian Republic using the below details:

American Indian Republic cannot guarantee that any such permission would be forthcoming or on what terms.