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The Indian Child Welfare ACT Handbook
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Kelly Gaines-Stoner (Cherokee) is the director of the Native American Legal Resource Center at Oklahoma City University School of Law and is also director of Clinical Programs. She previously directed the Native American Law Project and taught at the University of North Dakota School of Law for more than eight years. Mark C. Tilden (Navajo) is a partner in the law firm of Tilden Toelupe LLC in Boulder, Colorado, where he represents tribal governments and Native peoples with an emphasis on general counsel representation, tribal governance, federal recognition, tribal housing, Indian gaming law and economic development, legislative advocacy, and Indian child welfare and protection services law. Jack F. Trope is a Senior Director in Indian Child Welfare Programs at Casey Family Programs in Denver, Colorado, where he works on national and local initiatives aimed at promoting compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act, increasing tribal access to the Title IV-E Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Program and improving child welfare outcomes for children and families in state and tribal systems.

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