American Indian studies series (East Lansing, Mich.)
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Introduction : Indian experience and Randall Kennedy's mythology / Matthew L. Fletcher and Wenona T. Singel Working on the front lines : the role of social work in response to the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 / Suzanne L. Cross, Angelique G. Day, and Emily C. Proctor / The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 and its impact on tribal sovereignty and governance / Terry L. Cross and Robert J. Miller ICWA and the commerce clause / Matthew L. M. Fletcher Reparations, self-determination, and the seventh generation / Lorie M. Graham A practitioner's view from thirty years on the cutting edge of the indian child welfare act / Mary Jo B. Hunter Differing concepts of "permanency" : the adoption and safe families act and the Indian Child Welfare Act / B. J. Jones The disconcerting vicissitudes of state judicial power : determining if good cause exists to deny transfer in ICWA cases / Allie Greenleaf Maldonado Keeping it in the family : the legal and social evolution of ICWA in state and tribal jurisprudence / Lorinda Mall Holding back the tide : the existing indian family doctrine and its continued denial of the right to culture for indigenous children / Aliza G. Organick / A decade of lessons learned : advocacy, education, and practice / LeAnne E. Silvey Where have all the children gone? When will they ever learn? / Maylinn Smith In defense of ICWA : the constitution, public policy and pragmatism / Carol L. Tebben.
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Print version: Facing the future : the Indian Child Welfare Act at 30. East Lansing : Michigan State University Press,  xvii, 299 pages ; 23 cm. American Indian studies series