Just two weeks after a U.S. Senate hearing on missing and murdered indigenous women, the body of 14-year-old Henny Scott was found on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in southeastern Montana.
She was one of countless indigenous women and girls who have gone missing in cities and rural communities across the United States and Canada. Many have not been found.
Henny Scott's body was found late last month, about three weeks after her mother last spoke with her.
On Saturday, her family held a funeral on the reservation.