Nancy Bordeaux On Historical Trauma at UNPFII 2015


Nancy Bordeaux, a Lakota from South Dakota, shares her work in domestic violence and sexual assault and gives advice on how to make a change. She speaks about historical trauma and its effects on Native American peoples today. Nancy works with women who are victims of domestic violence and human trafficking and hopes to lessen the economic and mental health disparities in Indigenous women.

This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

August 17, 2015