Redressing the Wrongs of History
HOSTED BY: Children’s Bureau Learning and Coordination Center
For generations, the U.S. government pursued policies that were explicitly designed to destroy Native families and communities. The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), designed to stop the removal of Native American children, took a fundamental step toward respecting their human rights, Tribal sovereignty, and culture. Join us for a discussion on how child welfare in the states can help to redress the wrongs of history by taking action and implementing ICWA effectively.
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