Understanding ICWA Part 3: Placement Preferences, with Chrissi Ross Nimmo
On this week’s podcast we discuss a landmark case out of New York over the rights of biological parents, connecting homeless children to early childhood programs, a federal end-around on monitoring unaccompanied minors, an AI Bill of Rights, and the placement preferences required by ICWA.
Chrissi Ross Nimmo, deputy attorney general of Cherokee Nation, joins us to discuss the placement preferences required by the Indian Child Welfare Act when a child is going to be adopted or placed in foster care.
New York High Court Favors Out-of-State Parents Seeking Custody of Foster Children
Michigan Children Without Homes Rarely Enrolled in Early Learning Programs
Infant and Toddler Homelessness: Report Coming Soon
Biden Administration Wants to Take Over Monitoring of Unaccompanied Minors in Florida, Texas
White House Issues Plan for Artificial Intelligence Bill of Rights
The Imprint’s Archive of coverage on the Indian Child Welfare Act
Imprint Weekly Podcast, April 2021: Is the Indian Child Welfare Act Headed Back to the Supreme Court? Featuring Chrissi Ross Nimmo