A report put out by Attorney Eric Holder, with the U.S. Department of Justice, espouses that many children in the 566 American Indian Reservations experience violence and abuse. However, have little judicial recourse. The VAWA act protects women who are victimized by outside offenders, however, it does not cover children. The report also states the “Today, a vast majority of American Indian and Alaska Native children live in communities with alarmingly high rates of poverty, homelessness, drug abuse, alcoholism, suicide, and victimization.” Tonight, my special guest is Aaron Williams and we will discuss some of the issues surrounding them and what can be done to stop the victimization.
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