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        Sarah Deer, Legal Scholar and Advocate | MacArthur Fellows Program

        In this interview, 2014 MacArthur Fellow Sarah Deer discusses her career as a legal scholar and advocate and her work to develop legislation that empowers tribal nations and protects Native American women from the pervasive and intractable problem of sexual and domestic violence. Deer’s work is profoundly reshaping the landscape of support and protection for Native American women through her focus on building tribal infrastructure and revisiting Native Americans’ pre-colonial criminal justice systems as a source for contemporary laws and policies. This resource is part of the MacArthur Fellows Program Collection.


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