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Support Arming Sisters, a crowd-funded initiative to bring self-defense courses to indigenous women

Dorothée Royal-Hedinger

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ex. Anywhere, Los Angeles, Neighborhood library
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May 11, 2013

For every 1,000 indigenous women in a district, 330 of them will be assaulted. 1 in 3 will be raped. 2 in 5 will experience domestic violence. 3 in 5 will be physically assaulted. Arming Sisters, a crowd-funded, non-profit initiative will offer 2-day compact women’s self defense courses on the top 20 most populated reservations across North America. If Arming Sisters reaches their funding goal, they will directly reach 2,000 women, and thousands more as they share their knowledge.

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