Boarding School Abuses, Human Rights, and Reparations
This article analyzes the Boarding School Healing Project, which seeks to build a movement for reparations for American Indian boarding school abuses as part of a larger global reparations strategy for colonialism. This project rearticulates violence within Native communities as the continuing effect of human rights violations perpetrated by state policy; it frames the ending of gender violence as an anti-colonial strategy.
American Indians, women, violence, reparations, boarding schools, human rights
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 31, No. 4 (2004): 89-102.