Human trafficking is a violent crime that disproportionately impacts Native Americans. Yet indigenous women and girls are frequently the least recognized and least protected populations in communities struggling with this problem. What are the reasons behind the disproportionate impacts of human trafficking on indigenous communities and why are those most impacted by human trafficking the least protected? What actions are being taken or should be taken to combat this ongoing crisis?
Join Senator Mary Kunesh and Associate Justice Anne K. McKeig of the Minnesota Supreme Court for a discussion on the impact of human trafficking on indigenous communities and what can be done to better address this issue going forward.