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)
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.
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
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
Thousands attend Walking With Our Sisters in Ottawa