Investigative Social Services Special Topic

Missing, murdered and exploited indigenous children

Room 203 July 23, 2018 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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Herb Fineday

A historical overview of the cultural lifestyle of the Native American child and how historical trauma effects that lifestyle. Past failed practices have led to distrust in our youth and this has led to them being vulnerable. In most cases these children feel betrayed by the system and that doesn’t include historical trauma.

Learning Outcomes:

Our youth have learned stories growing up in a traditional home. These stories instill respect, honesty, courage,¬†wisdom, love, truth, and humility. The listener will have a better understanding of these traditional teachings to your children. With this knowledge you will be better prepared to help our children. In order to gain trust, you must first be able to understand the child and their upbringing. This goes a lot deeper than knowing what’s on the surface.


Session Materials:

Missing, murdered and exploited indigenous woman and children