Native American women in the United States who live on federal Native American reservations are disproportionately more likely to be victims of sexual violence than other groups living in the United States.
Refugees are particularly susceptible to mental illness because of the situations they are forced to flee and the uncertainty they face in new countries. Mental illnesses can keep refugees from living high-quality lives.
In India, millions of women's lives are negatively impacted by sexual violence. A combination of gender, caste, and class discrimination combine to make marginalized women most likely to be affected by sexual violence.
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