Indian Child Welfare Act: References

Indian Child Welfare Act: References

1. B.J. Jones, The Indian Child Welfare Act: The Need For a Separate Law, (Chicago, Ill.: American Bar Association, 1996).

2. Act of November 8, 1978, Pub.L. No. 95-608, 92 Stat. 3069, Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978.

3. Bonnie Weston, “Adoption of Indians Sets Legal Precedent – Children’s Interest Comes Before Tribe’s, Court Rules,” San Diego Union-Tribune, (April 17, 1995).

4. Conference Proceedings, Second Annual National Conference, The Indian Child Welfare Act: Unto the Seventh Generation: Workshop 2, Responding to the Family in Indian Child Welfare, January 15, 1992 (The Regents of the University of California: Los Angeles, Ca.: 1993). This presentation was based on an article published in Child Welfare, Volume LXXII, Number 2, March-April 1993, pp. 141-152, entitled “Seeking the Balance Between Child Protection and Family Preservation in Indian Child Welfare.” The presentation was made when the author was an Assistant Professor of Social Work and Director, Family Preservation Institute, New Mexico State University.

5. American Indian Lawyer Training Program, Inc., Suggested Strategies for Successful Implementation of The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: “A Preliminary Review,” (Oakland, Ca.: September, 1979).

6. House of Representatives Report Number 95-1386, Accompanying H.R. 12533, (“Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978”).

7. Indian Child Welfare Law Center, Internet Home Page. Web downloaded 1996.

8. M.C. Plantz, R. Hubbell, B.J. Barrett and A. Dobrec, Indian Child Welfare A Status Report – Final Report on the Survey of Indian Child Welfare and Implementation of the Indian Child Welafare Act of 1980. CSR, Incorporated and Three Feathers Associates. (105-82-1602). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children, Youth and Families; U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1988.

9. Conference Proceedings, Introduction.

10. Conference Proceedings, Workshop 1, Cultural Competency, January 17, 1992.

11. Conference Proceedings, Workshop 2, Difficult Casework, January 17, 1992.

12. Bonnie Weston, (April 17, 1995)

13. American Indian Lawyer Training Program, Inc. p. A-3.

14. Office of the Secretary, Ralph E. Gonzales, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior, Press Release, Congressional Bill Threatens Indian Children, May 8, 1996.

15.Government Accountability Office, Indian Child Welfare Act: Existing Information on Implementation Issues Could Be Used to Target Guidance and Assistance to States, GAO-05-290, April 4, 2005. [Complete report in PDF].