How to Complete the Indian Child Welfare Quarterly and Annual Report, 2015, Burton
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Indian Child Welfare Act; Designated Tribal Agents for Service of Notice
Listing of Tribes by Historical Affiliation
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Our Children, Our Sovereignty, Our Culture, Our Choice
Introduction – A Word From the Authors
Our tribes are threatened by the removal of our youngest and most vulnerable members, our children. As leaders we want to make informed decisions to protect the future of our tribe, our culture, our children and families. Historically, we have seen state and federal programs compromise our dignity and culture by reaking up our families and tribes. Even today we hear of unwarranted removal of our Indian children and the attempts to keep them separated from their culture and tribal identity. The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), when complied with, can help prevent these unwarranted removals and ensure Indian children are kept safe while remaining with their families.
The purpose of this Guide is to recommend actions that tribal leadership can take towards ensuring compliance with ICWA.