The American Indian Rights and Resources Organization was founded to educate and assist all individuals regarding basic human and civil rights issues.

AIRRO recognizes that there is a growing trend within Indian Country where Indians and non-Indians alike are being denied or stripped of basic rights including, but not limited to: right to due process, equal protection under the law, voting and employment rights, and citizenship.
AIRRO will serve as a resource for those seeking information or assistance regarding the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 and other laws which impact the human rights and civil liberties of Indians and non-Indian individuals.  AIRRO will also work to assist individuals in order to protect, promote, and preserve their basic human rights and civil liberties and to effect change which will ensure equal rights and equal protections for all.