NATIONAL  ·   April 13, 2014

Justice is slow to arrive for Native women

- The Violence Against Women Act was expanded in 2013 to allow Native American tribes to prosecute non-Indians in cases involving domestic violence. Before that, women like Frances Cupis were unable to press charges against violent partners in tribal court. ()

- The Violence Against Women Act was expanded in 2013 to allow Native American tribes to prosecute non-Indians in cases involving domestic violence. Before that, women like Frances Cupis were unable to press charges against violent partners in tribal court. ()

Justice is slow to arrive for Native women (4:52)

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