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Tribal Justice: Prosecuting non-Natives for sexual assault on reservations

9.9.15

Tribal Justice: Prosecuting non-Natives for sexual assault on reservations: STEPHEN FEE: Native women in the U-S face some of the highest levels of violence of any group. According to the Justice Department, one in three Native women has been raped. And three out of five will experience domestic violence in their lifetimes. Lisa says she too is a victim of rape and sexual assault. She had enough, she says, when a boyfriend slapped her across the face while she cradled her nine-month-old child.


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