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In this episode of CaseyCast, Annie E. Casey Foundation President and CEO Lisa Hamilton interviews William Thorne Jr., a member of the Pomo and Coast Miwok Indian tribes and a retired juvenile justice judge with 34 years of experience in tribal and state courts. Their conversation explores how past federal policies have harmed American Indian children, the biggest challenges facing tribal communities today, and what these communities are doing to help their own families heal.