Opinion: Protecting Native Children, Letter from Oneida Nation Vice Chairman Yellowbird-Stevens
The Indian Child Welfare Act was established to ensure that children benefit from Native families remaining together. Our families should not ever fear the removal of their children from their tribes and their culture. It is in the best interest of Indian children to keep their connections to their culture, communities and extended families. It’s troubling that anyone would suggest otherwise.
Read the letter at the New York Times website.