In Prayer and Protest, People of Indian Country Gather Outside the Supreme Court to Defend the Indian Child Welfare Act
Demonstrators gathered at the Supreme Court today to voice support for the Indian Child Welfare Act as the 44-year-old law is challenged.
Supreme Court Probes Constitutionality of Indian Child Welfare Act
The Fate of Indian Child Welfare Before the Supreme Court: Race, Commerce and Commandeering
What you need to know to follow the arguments in next week's Supreme Court case over the fate of the Indian Child Welfare Act
How a Chippewa Grandmother’s Adoption Fight Ended Up in the U.S. Supreme Court
An untold story behind the Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Tribal Leaders Vow to Protect Their Families from Separation as Indian Child Welfare Law Heads to the Supreme Court
Tribal leaders emphasize the importance of the Indian Child Welfare Act ahead of oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
First-of-its-kind Survey Examines Trauma and Healing Among Indigenous Survivors of Family Separation
Researchers in Minnesota are collaborating on a survey of Indigenous survivors of family separation to document the abuse and participants' ways of coping.
Alaska State Law Codifies Child Welfare Protections for Indigenous Families
A new state law that took effect August 5 in Alaska aims to “address and improve deep structural inequities” in the state’s child welfare system — protecting residents should broader federal protections be overturned by a pending Supreme Court case.
Supreme Court Set to Consider Fate Of Indian Child Welfare Act in November
The Supreme Court will begin to hear oral arguments in a case that challenges the federal Indian Child Welfare Act in November.