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Part Two!. MIWSAC Prevention Work Lifeways are being passed down: Elders are the key to our Cycle of Life Teachings, Values, Language, Customs, Traditional.

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1 Part Two!

2 MIWSAC Prevention Work

3 Lifeways are being passed down: Elders are the key to our Cycle of Life Teachings, Values, Language, Customs, Traditional processes Traditional modes of justice and accountability- created by the whole community Ageism, Capitalism, fear, ignorance, lack of value, and invisibility can be combated with time and space to teach and learn

4 Elder Abuse in Tribal Communities, Hallie Bongar White 1 See National Center on Elder Abuse, Addressing Elder Abuse with American Indian Tribes, A National Teleconference, (Sept. 24, 1995); Hudson, Margaret F. et al., Elder Abuse: Two Native American Views, THE GERONTOLOGIST (Oct. 1998). 2 Brown, A.S., Fernandez, R. & Griffin, T.M., SERVICE PROVIDER PERCEPTIONS OF ELDER ABUSE AMONG THE NAVAJO (RESEARCH REP. RR-90-3) (1990). 3 See Maxwell, E.K. & Maxwell, R.J., Insults to the Body Civil: Mistreatment of Elderly in Two Plains Indian Tribes, 7 J. CROSS-CULTURAL GERONTOLOGY Cristine Davidson Minnesota Indian Womens Sexual Assault Coalition 1619 Dayton Ave. Suite 303, St. Paul, MN or


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