This report from Amnesty International highlights the issue of sexual violence among indigenous women in the United States.  Interviews were conducted with Native American and Alaska Native survivors, their families, activists, support workers, service providers and health workers.  Issues of marginalization and discrimination are discussed as well as jurisdiction, policing, and prosecution problems.  Recommendations for addressing violence against indigenous women are also offered.
 Maze of Injustice

This survey examines the access and inconsistent application of emergency contraceptives within the Indian Health Service system. This study looked at two major issues: the availability of Plan B as an OTC drug and the availability of Plan B during the delivery of sexual assault services. 

This report examines violent crimes committed against Hispanic victims including rape, sexual assault, robbery, and aggravated and simple assault.
 Hispanic Victims of Violent Crime, 1993-2001

This resource provides information on Public Law 280, a substantial transfer of jurisdiction from the federal government to the states in Indian Country and its impact on victims of crime.

Public Law 280: Issues and Concerns for Victims of Crime in Indian Country

NSVRC's debut newsletter! Featured inside: American Indians' Inspiring Approach, Coalition Spotlight, NSVRC Library... and more.

The third volume for this NSVRC publication! Featured inside: Working with Men to Prevent Sexual Assault, Women of Color - SCESA, SAAM Campaign, VAWNet... and more.

The sixth volume for this NSVRC publication! Featured inside: Kobe Bryant and Our Cultural Attitudes About Rape, Crime Victims Remain Oppressively Burdened, “A Day to End Sexual Violence” . . . and more

Recollections of a Hurricane, Consent and the Court of Pubilc Opinion, CSA in the Bearing Straits and more . . .

Tools for Bystander Action, Don't Call it "Rape", Tory Bowen Story, Focus on Workplace, Collaboration with Poynter Institute and more...

Law Enforcement Training in Indian Country, SAAM Awards, Rape and Sexual Assault Reporting Laws, and more . . .

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