Bloomberg Law
Oct. 20, 2022, 9:02 PM

American Indian Child Welfare Gets High-Court Hearing (Podcast)

Jordan S. Rubin
Jordan S. Rubin
Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson
Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson

The US Supreme Court is gearing up for its next argument sitting that will feature closely watched disputes about race and identity.

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While most attention may be on the affirmative action cases set for argument Oct. 31, the Nov. 9 hearing over the Indian Child Welfare Act is also consequential.

Cherokee Nation deputy attorney general Chrissi Ross Nimmo joins the latest “Cases and Controversies” episode to preview the case and explain its importance to American Indian tribes and families.

Hosts: Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin

Guest: Chrissi Ross Nimmo

Producer: David Schultz

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To contact the editors responsible for this story: Seth Stern at; John Crawley at

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