A Most Violent Institution: Family violence is pervasive in Native American communities. Tribal colleges must acknowledge its presence and confront its causes

May 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 4-1: Breaking Down the Walls: Confronting Alcohol, Drugs and Family Violence, Features
By Brenda Hill

A tribal college instructor and counselor examines the causes of family violence and urges tribal colleges to acknowledge its impact in Indian communities. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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