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“American Indian and Alaskan Native (AI/AN) women experience higher rates of violence than other women.”
“AI/AN women experience violence more commonly by non-Native perpetrators.”
“AI/AN victims of violence are less likely to receive needed services.”
“More than 4 in 5 AI/AN women (84.3 percent) have experienced violence in their lifetime.”
“More than half of AI/AN women (56.1 percent) have experienced sexual violence in their lifetime.”
“More than half of AI/AN women (55.5 percent) have experienced physical violence by intimate partners in their lifetime.”
“Almost half of AI/AN women (48.8 percent) have been stalked in their lifetime.”
“AI/AN women are 1.7 times more likely than White women to have
experienced violence in the past year.”
National Congress of American Indians, Policy Research Center, February, 2018.