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“Covered in Night” Compares Colonial and Indigenous Approaches to Justice | Book of the Day

In this episode, we're going back in time to 1722 to examine the different approaches to justice between Native Americans and Pennsylvania colonists in the Pulitzer Prize-winning book Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America by historian Nicole Eustace.

In an interview with Here & Now's Scott Tong, Eustace discusses how reparative justice has deep roots in American history.

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