Abusive Priests On Indian Reservations Leave 'Profound Wound'


Until the 1960s, Catholic boarding schools forcibly took Native American children from their families.

And often at those boarding schools were priests and nuns with histories of sexually abusing children – they were sent to those boarding schools because of their remoteness and isolation.

That’s according to attorney Vito de la Cruz who has represented some of these former students.



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