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The Devastating Impact of Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls on Communities and Beyond

Indigenous communities have long endured the devastating impact of violence against their women and girls, a deeply entrenched issue that reverberates far beyond their immediate boundaries. By examining the cycle of violence and its impact on indigenous communities, we can gain a deeper understanding of the urgent need to address the disparities in justice that contribute to this alarming reality. To identify improved solutions, it is imperative to examine the systemic factors and explore the lack of adequate response from law enforcement and justice systems. These factors become increasingly evident that the disproportionate rates of violence against indigenous women and girls have a profound impact on indigenous communities and the broader communities they influence, leading to a cycle of trauma, fear, and social disintegration. The issue of Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) is a complex and multifaceted problem, as explained by Katherine A. Morton a PhD candidat

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