Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

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This overview from the Indian Law Resource Center explains how the failure of the United States to protect indigenous women against violence is both a human rights and legal issue. To combat outrageous levels of violence against indigenous women, the Center works to reform federal law and restore tribal criminal authority while it educates the public.