Featured Perspectives
Sandy White Hawk
Sicangu Lakota | Founding Director, First Nations Repatriation Institute
 
Sandy White Hawk is an international Indigenous child welfare advocate who uses personal experience in adoption and trauma recovery to mentor and repatriate adoptees throughout Indian Country.  We follow Sandy as she organizes the first Coming Home Ceremony for Adoptees & Fostered Individuals on the Rosebud Reservation of South Dakota - the community from which she was removed by missionaries over 60 years ago.    
Mark Fiddler
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians Private Practice Attorney
 
 
Mark Fiddler was named among the 2013 Minnesota Lawyers Attorneys of the Year for his prominent role in the controversial United States Supreme Court case Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl (also known as the "Baby Veronica" case).  We follow Mark as he works to redress the Indian Child Welfare Act - a law he once defended as founder and former director of the Indian Child Welfare Law Center.