The CCRC was thrilled to have Cheyenne Stonechild and Max Faille join us on Jan. 31 for a webinar on Chey’s class action lawsuit. Here is the video: https://youtu.be/wx57_WVz14s.
EDITED: And here’s a news story where the webinar is mentioned, and also highlights Chey’s important work.
Please note that not all of the webinar was recorded for confidentiality purposes.
Cheyenne’s position strongly focuses on Indigenous children and their rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Specifically, the importance of preserving Indigenous heritage and the right to be part of communities while supporting a child’s right to learn and practice culture and language, establish meaningful bonds with kin and have a chance for a thoughtful education.
For more information about the case, please click the link below: https://www.murphybattista.com/practice-areas/class-action-lawsuits/indigenous-child-welfare-class-action/