Cheyenne boys are disappearing, and the case may be connected to dishonest child welfare workers, a Cheyenne warrior legend, and an an ambitious Cheyenne political leader.
Did You Know?
According to the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA) a child who is a member of, or eligible for membership, in a federally recognized tribe would not be adopted outside of the tribe without the approval of the tribal council. The plan is to reunify the child with the parent, or simply to keep the child in the tribe being raised by other tribe members. A child would never be simply "taken away" and adopted by non-Indian races or cultures without diligent efforts being made to keep the child within the tribe. Hence, the entire plot would never happen. See more
Henry Standing Bear
[Showing the picture of a suspect
Did you see this man?
I saw Hotamétaneo'o. Grandma always told me that If I didn't behave, then Hotamétaneo'o would come through the window and take me away.
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