Red dresses are a call to action to missing, murdered aboriginal women

A Winnipeg-based Metis artist is asking Canadians to take part in a powerful, one-day display of red dresses to represent the country’s missing and murdered aboriginal women.

Jaime Black created The REDress Project five years ago, describing it as an “aesthetic response” to the issue of violence against aboriginal women..

 

Read more at: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/red-dresses-seek-to-draw-attention-to-missing-murdered-aboriginal-women-1.2593772

 

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