A Trauma Going Back Centuries
Child sexual abuse in Indigenous communities is rooted in a history of violent colonization and US assimilation policies, including federal boarding schools throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries
By McKenna Leavens, Allison Vaughn, Anne Mickey, Rylee Kirk, Brendon Derr and Leilani Fitzpatrick . Howard Center for Investigative Journalism
Child sexual abuse is such an age-old problem that it's explained in many Native American communities...