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Our podcast attempts to convey indigenous healing efforts since the time of BIA schools in the United States. With the ICWA ruled unconstitutional, we ask what have the lived experiences been of native children who were forcibly removed from their families and tribes? And what does this mean for children who might now be taken away from their families again without the protection of the ICWA?

Course and Instructor

GS 363 Sara Salazar-Hughes


ICWA, indigenous studies, native healing, child welfare


Child Psychology | Civil Rights and Discrimination | Constitutional Law | Developmental Psychology | Gaming Law | Government Contracts | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | Law and Psychology | Native American Studies | Other American Studies | Social Justice | Social Work

[2023 Honorable Mention] Coerced Removal of Indigenous Children: The Past and Present Native Child Welfare in the United States