Taking Back “Tribalism”—What We Can All Learn from Tribal Nations (Fall 2019)

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In this essay on the values of community and shared well-being, Sarah Kastelic, the executive director of the National Indian Child Welfare Association, reflects on the regrettable co-optation of the word “tribalism” to describe the “retreat of people to their own groups,” and describes how that is “the antithesis of what the tribal nations that make up Native America represent.” by Sarah Kastelic