Take action for ICWA
The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is a long-standing federal law protecting the well-being of Native children by upholding family integrity and stability. NICWA and partners are taking action to protect ICWA and end the threat of forced removal of Native children from their families, tribes, and communities. Here’s what you can do to help.
“I am Proud to Protect ICWA because…” Poster Campaign on Jan 22!
On Wednesday, January 22 – get involved in the ICWA online conversation by:
- Participating in the “I am Proud to Protect ICWA because…” poster campaign
- Downloading #ProudtoProtectICWA social media images and posting on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the #ProudtoProtectICWA hashtag
- Share your own photo/statement on your social channels with the hashtag #ProudtoProtectICWA
Find the social media images and more in the Proud to Protect ICWA Social Media Toolkit.
Take it to your community
Work with the news media
Attend our annual conference
NICWA’s annual conference will be held in Denver, Colorado on March 29–April 1, 2020. Join more than 1,500 ICWA advocates to learn more about child welfare and best practices in tribal communities.