Indigenous Women Face an Epidemic of Violence
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In this episode, Dr. Ludy Green sits down with Mary Kathryn Nagle, Cherokee citizen, lawyer, playwright, and activist.
They discuss the often silent epidemic of violence faced by Indigenous women and children, and the mental, emotional, and physical toll of intergenerational violence and trauma. They also explore the legal, social, political, and economic reforms that must happen to bring justice to Indigenous communities.
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