Sarah Sunshine Manning
Oceti Sakowin women have always occupied esteemed roles in their communities, to this day they continue to be committed to their people, the land, their relatives, and traditions.
Tanya H. Lee
Tragic ignorance! Many non-indigenous mothers “really thought that indigenous women didn’t mother properly."
Joaquin Ray Gallegos
Joaquin Ray Gallegos, from the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Pueblo of Santa Ana, was raised to be a connection-maker. Read about his successes here
Mary Annette Pember
The Indian Child Welfare Act wasn’t created to unfairly target mixed race Native children, it can help preserve and strengthen American Indian families.
Dr. Dean Chavers
The Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island in 1969 set the stage for the development of positive Indian programs, here are 9 of those laws and programs.
The Cherokee and Choctaw nations have been promoting National Foster Care Month to raise awareness about the need for more Native foster homes in the U.S.
NMAI is featuring a Memorial Day exhibit, titled “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces,” that’s bound to be controversial.
Mary Annette Pember
Danny came to our family through the Indian Child Welfare Act, which was enacted to end the near-wholesale removal of Native children.
The Goldwater Institute aims to dismantle a landmark law called the Indian Child Welfare Act. A move that has been met by Native supporters of the law.
Karen Diver honored by the Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial for her work toward racial equity and tribal sovereignty, and answers some questions about politics.
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