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Vol. 11, No. 2
February 2006

References for the Issue on Working with American Indian Families

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Bennett, R. (2003, May). Information Packet: American Indian children in foster care. New York: National Resource Center for Foster Care and Permanency Planning. <>

Bilchik, S. (2001). Working together to strengthen supports for Indian children and families: A national perspective. Presented at the NICWA Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, April 24, 2001. <>

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Child Welfare League of America. (2005). CWLA 2005 children’s legislative agenda: Tribal welfare issues. <>

Cross, T. (2005, May 24). Disproportionality in human services: A broad view of disparities faced by American Indian and Alaskan Native children in human services. Presented at the teleconference Racial Disproportionality in Child Welfare: Tools and Strategies for Change - Session I - May 24, 2005 <>

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Dial, L. (2005). Personal communication. Nov. 22, 2005. Asheville, NC.

Fox, K. E. (2004). Are they really neglected? A look at worker perceptions of neglect through the eyes of a national data system. First Peoples Child and Family Review, 1(1), 73-82. <>

Goldsmith, D. J. (2002). In the best interests of an Indian child: The Indian Child Welfare Act. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 9-17.

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Thompson, J. (2005). Personal communication, Dec. 9, 2005. Asheville, NC.

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