According to Native American Rights Fund, ICWA has been recognized by child welfare experts as the standard in child welfare practice. The law has helped many Native children and families in the child welfare systems. However, the law has been challenged and that risks ICWA’s power to help Native American children.
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Letter from the Editor
As one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in California and the United States, the representation of this dynamic demographic is crucial to the community of Long Beach.
Cultural Heritage Month celebrated at CSULB
Long Beach State recognizes its Native American students and history through events hosted by the American Indian Student Council all throughout November.
A guide to California Props 1 and 27
As midterms approach in California, the state faces seven propositions to vote on, from healthcare to allowing certain activities, such as online sports betting.
Prop 27 opposed by Political Science and American Indian Studies professors
As Prop 27 campaigns on gambling outside tribal lands in California, professors from CSULB stand against the proposition.
ASI shows support for acknowledging Puvungna
Associated Student Inc. voted yes on a resolution that would make it so ASI institutionalizes the practice of acknowledging the Native land that CSULB is built on.