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Ending Violence So Children Can Thrive: Report of the Attorney General劌製 Advisory Commmittee on American Indian and Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence
Byron L. Dorgan (ed); Joanne Shenandoah (ed)
A vast majority of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN)children live in communities with alarmingly high rates of poverty, homelessness, drug abuse, alcoholism, suicide, and victimization. Domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse are widespread. In 2013 the Attorney General tasked this Advisory Committee with examining these issues and making recommendations for change that will heal and protect AI/AN children and foster environments in which they can thrive and develop to their full potential. This report presents the Advisory Committee劌製 policy recommendations that are intended to serve as a blueprint for preventing AI/AN children劌製 exposure to violence and for mitigating the negative effects they experience. The report劌製 primary focus is the 31 findings and recommendations that emerged from hearings and Listening Sessions. It also incorporates some of the recommendations from previous reports that most strongly impact AI/AN children exposed to violence. This is a print on demand report.
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