NNI Research Staff to Present at NCAI Mid Year Conference

06/30/15 01:00:am

Concurrent Breakout Session
June 30, 2015
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Room 6

Panel Jennifer Schultz, Stephanie Carroll Rainie (Ahtna Athabascan), and Rachel Starks (Zuni/Navajo) will present at NCAI mid year conference. They will present findings from the study, "Residence, Citizenship, and Connectedness for Young Adult American Indians" is part of the Tribal Leader/Scholar Forum session on "Connecting Across Distance & Difference: Tribal Citizenship in a New Era."

Using an online survey, the study sought preliminary insight into the following questions: How engaged do non-resident tribal citizens feel with their Native nations? How engaged would they like to be? How can positive connections and engagement between off-reservation tribal citizens and on-reservation communities and tribal government be facilitated?

The summary report is now available.

(Left to right) Adrian (Addie) Smith, Mary Beth Jäger, Rachel Starks

Poster Session
June 30, 2015
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Rotunda Lobby/ Ballroom Concourse

Protecting Our Children Through Tribal Law: A Review of 100+ Tribal Child Welfare Codes
Rachel Rose Starks (Zuni/Navajo)
Mary Beth Jäger (Citizen Potawatomi)
Adrian T. Smith, National Indian Child Welfare Association
Poster presentation

Reimagining Indigenous Health: Moving Beyond the Social Determinants of Health
Stephanie Carroll Rainie (Ahtna Athabascan)
Poster presentation

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