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Native American mothers whose children have been separated from them experience a raw and ongoing grief that has no end

By Ashley L. Landers, Assistant Professor of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University
Native American families have endured generations of systematic child removal, but the grief, loss and trauma that birth mothers still experience have been largely overlooked.The Conversation

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