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What is Walking With Our Sisters?

A Commemorative Art Installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada and the USA. The large collaborative art piece will be made available to the public through selected galleries and locations.Learn More

Exhibition Touring Schedule

Currently Walking With Our Sisters is scheduled to be on tour to 25 locations and its booking into 2018. Click here or above under the “Exhibit” tab to see the full listing. Learn More

Latest Press Releases and News Coverage

Watch Rebeka Tabobondung’s film on Muskrat Magazine “Interview with Christi Belcourt” and see our most recent press release by clicking onto the “News” tab above.
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Artwork: The tops of moccasins

Sometimes called “vamps,” “tongues” or “uppers,” the tops of moccasins are intentionally not sewn into moccasins, and represent the unfinished lives of murdered of missing Indigenous women, exhibited on a pathway to represent their path or journey that was ended prematurely. Learn More

Partners

Native Youth Sexual Health Network

The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) is an organization by and for Indigenous youth that works across issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice throughout the United States and Canada. Learn More

Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation

The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation, created in her memory as a fitting tribute to her life, provides financial assistance to Aboriginal persons enrolled in post-secondary studies in Manitoba. Learn More

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