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The Precarious Future of Tribal Sovereignty

The Precarious Future of Tribal Sovereignty


As a company, we never shy away from politics. In fact, it's a big part of why we're here -- doing the work we do. We've seen our economy focused and predicated on capital and resource extraction from tribal people, we saw a gap, an opportunity in the market - and we decided to do something about it.

We both come by this trait honestly. In fact, James' father was a policy architect, a graceful policy giant who worked to build and pass not only the Indian Child Welfare Act in 1978 but numerous others.

Se-ah-dom Edmo, the co-founder of Indigenize, and Executive Director of Seeding Justice, recently wrote an article for HuffPost about the potential future of tribal sovereignty and the attack on ICWA. 

Click below to read it: 

A screenshot of an article by Seahdom Edmo discussing the tenuous future of tribal sovreignty.

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