Child Welfare

Sending Them Home

War Eagle, a Yankton Sioux chief in the 1830s, was a friend to the white man. Specifically, to the fur trappers who traded with the Yankton Sioux, Santee Sioux, Winnebago and other Native people at […]

Child Welfare

Families Helping Families: How One Southwest Border Community Responds to Migrants Seeking Asylum

The Trump administration insists, without evidence, that the thousands of Central American migrants arriving at America’s southern border include scores of criminals and terrorists. But those on the ground in border states tell a different […]

ICWA

With Supreme Court Battle Over Native American Rights Looming, New Documentary Focuses on Removals of Native Children in Maine

While a court battle over a law meant to keep Native American families from being separated seems destined for the U.S. Supreme Court, a new documentary clearly depicts the horrific circumstances that often arise when […]