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'This Land' tackles attacks on ICWA

Rebecca Nagle, host of "This Land' podcast, is breaking down a legal battle that will potentially harm protections in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Plus, reporter Dan Ninham tells us about impressive athletes from the Oneida Nation
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Rebecca Nagle, Cherokee, is the host of an award-winning documentary podcast called “This Land.” It focuses on attacks against the hallmark law: the Indian Child Welfare Act. She tells us about a new case before the Supreme Court called Brackeen v. Haaland. She tells us the implications of the case and how it affects tribal sovereignty.

Dan Ninham is an Oneida citizen and a reporter for The Circle News. He tells us about Oneida siblings Shayna and Neilson Powless, who are impressive cyclists. 

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Kaitlin Onawa Boysel, Cherokee, is a producer/reporter for Indian Country Today. On Instagram: @KaitlinBoysel Boysel is based in South Carolina. 

Drea Yazzie, Diné, is a producer/editor for Indian Country Today. On Twitter: @quindreayazzie Yazzie is based in Phoenix.

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