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Walking With Our Sisters  To honour and raise awareness of the 600+ missing and murdered Indigenous women. #WalkingWithOurSisters

Walking With Our Sisters To honour and raise awareness of the missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Walking With Our Sisters consists of 1,723 pairs of moccasin vamps – the top portions of a pair of unfinished ...

In pictures: The Walking With Our Sisters project

The collaborative art project Walking With Our Sisters consists of pairs of moccasin vamps – the top portions of a pair of unfinished moccasins – meant to honour missing or murdered aboriginal women. (COURTESY OF WALKING WITH OUR SISTERS)

Walking With Our Sisters: A Commemorative Art Installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada, Interview with artist Christi Belcourt

Moccasin Vamps, Betty Inglis of Fairbanks, Alaska More than 600 indigenous women and girls in Canada have gone missing or have been mur.

REDress installation draws awareness to over 500 missing or murdered Aboriginal and Metis women.

REDress installation draws awareness to over 500 missing or murdered Aboriginal and Métis women.

My moccasin vamps created for the Walking With Our Sisters exhibit honoring and commemorating the hundreds of missing and murdered Canadian Indigenous women representing their "unfinished lives" This image is from Native People's Magazine Sept. 2014. Quillwork - Bonita Bent Nelson

Moccasin vamps created for the Walking With Our Sisters exhibit honoring and commemorating the hundreds of missing and murdered Canadian Indigenous women representing their "unfinished lives" This image is from Native People's Magazine Sept.

Red Dresses Draw Attention To Canadas Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women

Red Dresses Draw Attention To Canada's Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women

Several red dresses are hanging in spot at the University of Saskatchewan this week to remind people of missing and murdered Aboriginal women. It's an art project by Winnipeg artist Jaime Black.

Red dress display a reminder of missing and murdered women

Several red dresses are hanging in spot at the University of Saskatchewan this week to remind people of missing and murdered Aboriginal women. It's an art project by Winnipeg artist Jaime Black.

A Commemorative Art Installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada

Walking With Our Sisters is a commemorative art installation to honour the lives of the missing and murdered Indigenous sisters. Over 700 people have committed to making a pair of moccasin 'vamps' ('uppers') for this art installation

part of The REDress Project by Jaime Black

DU Awareness Project on Violence Against Native/Indigenous Women--Information Tables and Campus Vigil

Victoria  "Walking through Beacon Hill Park tonight I came across a solemn chorus of red dresses hanging from trees  The REDress Project raises awareness for missing & murdered indigenous women across Canada. Created by artist Jaime Black, it is part of the Sisters in Spirit vigils held October 4th each year " - @dawnpearcey, Instagram

Victoria "Walking through Beacon Hill Park tonight I came across a solemn chorus of red dresses hanging from trees The REDress Project raises awareness for missing & murdered indigenous women across Canada. Created by artist Jaime Black, it is part of the Sisters in Spirit vigils held October 4th each year " - @dawnpearcey, Instagram

A touring art memorial to missing and murdered indigenous women is drawing big crowds to the Carleton University Art Gallery.

Thousands attend Walking With Our Sisters in Ottawa

Vamps are spread across the floor with traditional cleansing medicine, cedar, at the Walking With Our Sisters Exhibit at Carleton University.

Exhibit honours missing and murdered indigenous women - Regina | Globalnews.ca

Exhibit honours missing and murdered indigenous women - Regina

Exhibit honours missing and murdered indigenous women

Walking with our sisters  Brandon Manitoba 2016 Glass beadwork and other art embellished vamps to bring awareness to missing and murdered indigenous women

Walking with our sisters Brandon Manitoba 2016 Glass beadwork and other art embellished vamps to bring awareness to missing and murdered indigenous women

Memorial honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women opens The Walking with Our Sisters art installation is on display at the Mount St. Vincent art gallery until Feb. 1

Memorial honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women opens

Memorial honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women opens The Walking with Our Sisters art installation is on display at the Mount St. Vincent art gallery until Feb.