On a cloudy winter afternoon, a few dozen people stand outside the courthouse in Hardin, Montana, holding banners and signs bearing the photos of young Native American women. In below-freezing temperatures and against an abrasive wind, they read out the names of 24 women and girls they say have gone missing or been killed.
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No one care about our missing and murdered daughters...until now. Grieving Native American families shamed law enforcement and won support from @POTUS https://t.co/P0rIANZ6o6— Sara Sidner (@sarasidnerCNN) February 28, 2020
They read the names to remember and to honor, but also to shame local, state and federal officials whom they accuse of ignoring their women when perhaps they could have been helped.
Everyone in the group has had a loved one go missing or even found dead. And every one says there has been no help or explanation. READ THE FULL STORY
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