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The Supreme Court Case that Could Upend Tribal Sovereignty

The Indian Child Welfare Act is currently at risk of being overturned by the Supreme Court. Created to prevent family separation in Native American communities, the law has never before been challenged on constitutional grounds. Mary Kathryn Nagle is Cherokee and an attorney assisting the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center. She discusses how this case impacts tribal sovereignty.

The Supreme Court Case that Could Upend Tribal Sovereignty

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