On this week’s podcast we introduce listeners to Nancy Marie Spears, who will be covering Indigenous children and families for The Imprint and talk a bit about the upcoming Supreme Court case that could determine the future of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Lawanda Ravoira of the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center joins to talk about how juvenile justice systems continue to miss on designing effective interventions and solutions for girls, and to discuss her organization’s new See the Girl manifesto aimed at improving things on that score.
The Imprint Launches National Indigenous Family Reporting Beat
See the Girl Summit: The Power of Voice
Advocates Call for Federal Investment in Girl-Focused Juvenile Justice Programs
Lawanda Ravoira, Advocate for Girls in the System, Going Local to Help Nationally