This course was developed through coordination and support with Tribal STAR to adapt their existing ICWA training into an online format. The focus of the course includes: the historical, philosophical, and legal basis for the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA), the origins and legacies of historic distrust and trauma, issues of fairness, equity, and the disparities experienced by Indian/Native American children and their respective families within the child welfare system, and assist the participant in understanding the fundamental concepts of culture; understand how one’s own culture affects one’s perceptions, behavior, values; and know how cultural differences and unconscious bias can affect service delivery.