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Acting Associate AG Addresses 23rd Annual Four Corners Indian Country Conference
Stuart F. Delery
The following are the remarks delivered by Acting Associate Attorney General Stuart F. Delery at the 23rd Annual Four Corners Indian Country Conference held in Ignaico, Colorado...
‘Praying Really Hard’: Pine Ridge Needs Shelter for Abused Women
Mary Annette Pember
“A lot of women have simply stopped reporting incidents of domestic violence...
Her Mother Was Murdered. Now This Apache Woman Works to Break Cycle of Domestic Abuse
Samantha Mesa Miles
She was just a teen when her entire world changed the day her mother was murdered...
Are Tribal Courts Developed Enough For VAWA? Pascua Yaqui Proves It
The American Bar Association Journal summed up the situation this way in a recent article on Reclaiming Sovereignty: “Indian tribes are retaking jurisdiction over domestic violence...
‘Yes, I Am a Batterer’: The First Step to Stopping Domestic Violence
For Native men who batter, it can take relearning their cultural role as a partner in their relationship to stop...
Rape PTSD Equal To Effects of War
For many women, rape is a crime where the after-effects of PTSD, even years later, can be as bad as the assault itself...
A Question of Justice: Navajo Nation Considers Violence Against Women Act
When President Barack Obama signed a bill two years ago to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, he opened the door for tribes to expand criminal jurisdiction and crack down ...
Rape Survivors’ Stories in Full FORCE; Focus on Abuse Against Native Women
Hundreds of stories from survivors of rape and abuse will be on display at the Oklahoma Capitol on Thursday as part of an effort to draw attention to the high statistics of abuse a...
The Most Dangerous Call: Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
From the driver’s seat of his Chevy Police Tahoe, Senior Officer Calvin Brown points out homes where he has responded to domestic violence calls...
In the Line of Duty: Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger to Protect Others
The towering Chuska Mountains cut a green line through the lonely landscape of the surrounding desert, a spine of vegetation that divides the Navajo Nation along the Arizona-New Me...
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