Who really benefits from the Indian Child Welfare Act?
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The Alice in Wonderland legal situation can hardly encourage non-Indian families to take care of these children, when that can so easily lead to heartbreak for both the children themselves and the surrogate parents who have become attached to them.
The New York Times reports that fewer than 2 percent of
the children in Minnesota are Indian, but 15 percent of the
children in that state’s foster care system are Indian. In Montana,
9 percent of the children are Indian, but Indian children make up
37 percent of the children in foster
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