Study: Weak reporting on missing, murdered Native American women

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Study: Weak reporting on missing, murdered Native American women

Jenna Loring, left, the aunt of Ashley HeavyRunner Loring, cries with her cousin, Lissa Loring, during a traditional blanket dance before the crowd at the North American Indian Days celebration in July on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Mont. A study released by a Native American nonprofit says numerous police departments in cities nationwide are not adequately identifying or reporting cases of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Study: Weak reporting on missing, murdered Native American women

Jenna Loring, left, the aunt of Ashley HeavyRunner Loring, cries with her cousin, Lissa Loring, during a traditional blanket dance before the crowd at the North American Indian Days celebration in July on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Mont. A study released by a Native American nonprofit says numerous police departments in cities nationwide are not adequately identifying or reporting cases of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Study: Weak reporting on missing, murdered Native American women

A woman performs a traditional Native American dance in July during the North American Indian Days celebration on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Mont.
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