The report also suggests tribes and tribal courts are part of the problem and could be part of the solution.
A new @safety_justice report highlights that Native people are disproportionately incarcerated in the U.S. A recommendation to address this disparity is providing funding for tribally-based public defenders to represent the clients in their communities. https://t.co/sQYdL9VyWl— Safety and Justice (@safety_justice) January 24, 2023
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