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By Alex Ross 

Walkers remember missing, murdered indigenous women


October 2, 2017

Montana State University-Northern students, faculty and people from the Havre area gathered at the east entrance of the Student Union Building Friday night for a unity walk meant to raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Before the walk began, Erica McKeon-Hanson, program director of the Little River Institute at Northern, told the crowd that the family of Charlene Long Time Sleeping Mancha, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe and mother of four who was murdered by her husband on New Year’s Eve, asked that she be mentioned.

“Her family asked that we remember her as...

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