Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl

A treaty or law not honored by the United States? It's more likely than you think! In a rare child custody case, the Supreme Court rules on the Indian Child Welfare Act, and finds that when you squint your eyes and look at the law kinda sideways in the dark, Congress must not have meant for the law to actually keep Native families together. Land back.

A podcast where we dissect and analyze the Supreme Court cases that have caused our civil rights to fade out of view, like a dying star in the night sky

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