Uprising with Sarah Deer


Deer_Beginning coverThere is an epidemic of rape in the United States. That epidemic has its epicenter in Native American communities. One third of all Native American women will be raped in their lifetime. That shocking statistic underpins the work of my guest Sarah Deer, who has written a new book about how rampant rape has historically been a tool of colonialism and continues to be so.

Listen to the interview here.

University of Minnesota Press Podcast

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