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Leaders Convene to Improve Life for Spirit Lake’s Sacred Children
This week 26 key decision-makers from the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, federal and state governments, as well as local and national private organizations met to kick off a comprehensiv...
Healing ‘Already Happening’ in Wabanaki Truth & Reconciliation Process
Gale Courey Toensing
In the spring of 2011 the chiefs of the Wabanaki nations and the governor of Maine signed a Declaration of Intent to Create a Maine/Wabanaki Truth & Reconciliation Process to i...
Federal Court Directs Human Rights Tribunal to Hear Child-Welfare Case
Aboriginal leaders and human rights advocates are hailing a federal court ruling that requires the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to take on a case it had dismissed involving fundi...
Funding Inequities Amount to Racism Against Canada's Aboriginal Children, Federal Court Hears
Aboriginal child welfare was on the docket in Federal Court on February 13 as child advocates argued that inequities in funding between on-reserve education, health and children’s ...
A Fight, A Fight, an Indian and a White! Of Childhood Chants and Indian Child Welfare
On the rez, the kids at my school got into fights quite a bit....
Canadian Government Keeps Close Tabs on Child Advocate Cindy Blackstock
Child advocate Cindy Blackstock, long a champion of aboriginal children's rights, is on the federal government's radar, but not for her work improving the lives of children...
First Nations Agency Goes to Court over Child Welfare Shortcomings
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada appealed to the courts on Monday to force the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to face charges that it “racially discrimin...