Join us in Celebrating our 25th Anniversary!
Serving American Indian/Alaska Native communities since 1996
Resources and Materials
1. Poster - History of Justice for Tribal Families in California
The commemorative poster developed by Rose Margaret Orrantia for the 10th Annual Judicial Gather for California. Developed in collaboration with the Academy for Professional Excellence at SDSU.
2. Program for the 10th Annual Judicial Gathering for California
Provides the agenda, honorees, speakers, and hosts.
3. Champions and Speakers for the 10th Annual Judicial Gathering
Provides bios for the honorees and featured speakers.
4. Handout: Using Peacemaking Circles to Indigenize Tribal Child Welfare
Published June 2021 in the Columbia Journal of Race and Law
5. Handout: Draft Proposed for Tribal Discretionary Participation in Non-ICWA Cases
This Order is intended to ensure prompt identification of Native American and Alaskan Native children, notification to the child's tribe, and active participation by a representative from the child's tribe in said proceedings.
2nd Annual Northern California Judicial Gathering Oct 2, 2020 Video Recording
View the 2nd Annual Northern California Judicial Gathering held on Oct 02, 2020
9th Annual Southern California Judicial Convening Oct 23, 2020 Video Recording
View the 9th Annual Southern California Judicial Gathering held on Oct 23, 2020
Annual Judges’ Dinner Collaboration Model
Tips for Replication
Tribal Justice Collaborative Judges' Dinner Resources
7th Annual Judges’ Dinner November 30, 2018 Resources
Adapting Evidence-Based Treatments [...American Indian and Native Alaskan...]
Dolores Subia Bigfoot, PhD.
Eight tips for understanding the Two Spirit/LGBTQ journey for Native youth in child welfare
Native youth in child welfare can experience many challenges. This fact sheet is intended to support Native youth who may be Two Spirit and/or LGBTQ.
Tonkawa Intertribal Council of Elders on Learning Tribal Ways
This is a tip sheet from tribal elders in San Diego on how to do things in a "good way".
Digital Stories from Two-Spirit/LGBTQ People
The National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections and the National Resource Center for Tribes partnered with the Two-Spirit community in Minneapolis, Minnesota to develop these digital stories.
Land Acknowledgement Resources
Quick Guide by the Native Governance Center
Land Acknowledgement information from the Native Governance Center.
Map to Identify Original Tribal Land Acknowledgement which include territories, languages, and treaties.
BIA Map of Federally Recognized Tribes
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Map of Federally Recognized Tribes.