Cheryl Redhorse Bennett

Cheryl Redhorse Bennett is an enrolled citizen of the Navajo Nation and descends from the Comanche Nation. She is an assistant professor at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, and is an expert in crime and violence against Native Americans and racial justice. Previously, she has published book chapters in Crime and Social Justice in Indian Country. She is presently working on research that examines hate speech and Native Americans.

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Hate Crimes and Justice in Native America

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