In the United States, violence against indigenous women has reached unprecedented levels on tribal lands and in Alaska Native villages. More than 4 in 5 American Indian and Alaska Native women have experienced violence, and more than 1 in 2 have experienced sexual violence. Alaska Native women continue to suffer the highest rate of forcible sexual assault and have reported rates of domestic violence up to 10 times higher than in the rest of the United States. Though available data is limited, the number of missing and murdered American Indian and Alaska Native women and the lack of a diligent and adequate federal response is extremely alarming to indigenous women, tribal governments, and communities. On some reservations, indigenous women are murdered at more than ten times the national average. Statistics define the scale of the problem, but do nothing to convey the experience of the epidemic.
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What were women treated like in the tribes of the Indians? Were they given more rights than American women of the time? In , the Rev. Most scholars agree that Native American women at the time of contact with Europeans had more authority and autonomy than did European women. However, most cultures shared certain characteristics that promoted gender equality. Kinship, extended family, and clan bound people together within a system of mutual obligation and respect. Lineage was central to determining status and responsibilities, consent held communities together, and concepts of reciprocity extended to gender roles and divisions of authority.
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Natalie mostly serves urban American Indian families who, like all families, want what is best for their children. American Indian and Alaska Native adults are almost twice as likely as non-Hispanic white adults to experience psychological distress. Additionally, more than one in four Native Americans live in poverty.
In the fifth in our series on the lives of ordinary women behind extraordinary stories, this month's Forgotten Women examines how terrifyingly deep the international crisis of violence against indigenous women runs. No justice. Marita Growing Thunder, a year-old murdered and missing indigenous women MMIW activist from Montana , has experienced this lack of justice — five times. She was unrecognisable when we put her in the coffin.