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    Video thumbnail: POV Tribal Justice - Trailer

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    Tribal Justice - Trailer

    Two Native American judges work to address the root causes of crime in their communities.

    Tribal Justice - Trailer

    Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Taos Proctor and Tribal Court

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    Classroom Clip: Taos Proctor and Tribal Court

    Judge Abby Abinanti explains that tribes need to create their own models for justice.

    Classroom Clip: Taos Proctor and Tribal Court

    Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Wellness Court

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    Classroom Clip: Wellness Court

    In this clip we see scenes from Taos’ rehabilitation.

    Classroom Clip: Wellness Court

    Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Tribal Court

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    Classroom Clip: Tribal Court

    We meet Abby Abinanti and Claudette White, the Chief Judges for their respective tribes.

    Classroom Clip: Tribal Court

    Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Taos and Abby

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    Classroom Clip: Taos and Abby

    Taos works on building a house for his family. Abby encourages him to attain a GED.

    Classroom Clip: Taos and Abby

    Video thumbnail: POV What's the difference between tribal and state courts?

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    What's the difference between tribal and state courts?

    Filmmaker Anne Makepeace explains the difference between tribal and state court systems.

    What's the difference between tribal and state courts?

    Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Yurok Tribe v. Taos Proctor

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    Classroom Clip: Yurok Tribe v. Taos Proctor

    Taos explains to the court his history of drug use and his efforts at rehabilitation.

    Classroom Clip: Yurok Tribe v. Taos Proctor

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