SOURCE: Washington Post
by Bob Ferguson and Fawn Sharp
For 40 years, the Indian Child Welfare Act has protected the best interests of Native children and helped preserve the integrity of tribal nations across the United States.
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by Janet Golden
In what might be called infant economics, here’s a brief history of the black market baby trade.
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