Here are (many of) the materials in Cherokee Nation v. Lexington Insurance Co.:
Fletcher published a paper as part of a symposium on John Fabian Witt’s book American Contagions: “Pandemics in Indian Country: The Making of the Tribal State.”
Native youth have suffered the highest rate of caregiver loss from the pandemic—4.5 times higher than that of White children. This means that 1 of every 168 Native children have lost their primary caregivers to COVID, as compared with 1 of every 310 Black children, 1 of every 412 Hispanic children, and 1 in every 753 White children.
Thanks to Fred Fisher to sending this on to us.