Resource Library

This library contains over 200 articles and resources relevant to tribal child welfare, gathered from a wide variety of sources. It also includes all of the products developed by the Capacity Building Center for Tribes that you see featured on this website. We hope you find what you need!

Materials here not created by the Capacity Building Center for Tribes are for reference and not necessarily endorsed by the Children’s Bureau.

A Place in the Middle

Hawaiian children and their teacher tell a powerful story of ancient traditions that they’re keeping alive and the valued place for those that embrace their masculine and feminine traits.


This film tells the story of Fred Martinez, a TwoSpirit person who was victim of a brutal hate crime and murdered at the age of 16. Weaving stories of tradition, history, and hope from Native American cultures, Two Spirits and companion films can be previewed on PBS...

Alaska Resilience Initiative

The Alaska Resilience Initiative promotes healthy communities and works to end child maltreatment. Leaders of this initiative hosted a 2016 gathering to ensure Alaska Native voices were heard. Participants provided recommendations on how to make existing...