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Brave Heart’s article explains how a paradigm of historical trauma can be helpful in explicating health disparities as the manifestation of a colonial legacy within Native American communities. Historical trauma incorporates the legacy of mass communal trauma across generations as a central component impacting health outcomes among that population today. In thinking about colonial ecologies, it is important to keep in mind that communities are fundamentally impacted by mass trauma causing an additional psychosocial burden on top of the physical burdens of living in destroyed, polluted, or occupied lands. The impact of historical trauma is another technique and manifestation of necropolitical regimes, as explained by Smith when talking about Black mothers. By inflicting large-scale trauma on a population, those remaining in that community will suffer the psychological effects of that trauma for long to come, exacerbating the oppression and slow-death central to a necropolitical society. The paradigm of historical trauma is helpful in understanding the additional psychological barriers that populations existing within the legacy of colonialism and mass trauma confront.

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