Professor Cary Waubanascum publishes article in the Journal of Adversity and Resilience Science

Professor Cary Waubanascum recently published her article titled, ““So, we’ve been taken away since forever”: Indigenous Relative Caregivers’ Experiences as a Framework for Uncovering Coloniality in the Child Welfare System” as part of a special issue in the Journal of Adversity and Resilience Science. This special issue focuses on substance misuse and disorder and American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian children’s development, understanding root causes and lifting up solutions grounded in Indigenous community strengths. Special Issue Editors include:

  • Jerreed Ivanich (Metlakatla Indian Community), University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • Tammy Kahalaopuna Kahoʻolemana Martin (Native Hawaiian), Hawaii Pacific University
  • Momilani Marshall (Native Hawaiian), Hawaii Pacific University
  • Katie Schultz (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma), University of Michigan
  • Jessica Ullrich (Nome Eskimo Community), University of Alaska
  • Evan White (Absentee Shawnee), Laureate Institute for Brain Research
  • Michelle Sarche (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe), University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Advisory Editors Include:

  • Hiram Fitzgerald, Michigan State University, Emeritus
  • Nancy Whitesell, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

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