Publications Related To Native Children's Concerns.

Publisher:  The National Indian Brotherhood
Year Published:  1982  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX2401

The National Indian Brotherhood Library has approximately 30 publications focusing on concerns and issues related to Native children in Canada.

Abstract:  The National Indian Brotherhood Library has approximately 30 publications focusing on concerns and issues related to Native children in Canada. Readers are advised to write the Library for a listing of these materials ($2.00). Photocopies of the original publications can also be made available at a price of 25 cents per page.

Among the many issues dealt with are maternity and child nutrition, child welfare, foster care, education, family, culture and health. Publication titles include: "Native Families: Losing Their Children and Their Hope," "Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in a Newborn Infant of a Yukon Indian Mother," "The World Begins Anew Each Time a Child is Born for it Begins When the Child Arrives to Discover It" (Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs) and "Frobisher Bay Eskimo Childhood."