FLC students bring awareness to indigenous missing and abused women

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FLC students bring awareness to indigenous missing and abused women

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FLC students bring awareness to indigenous missing and abused women

The “Sing Our Rivers Red” earring exhibit is displayed Dec. 7 during Noel Night at the Durango Arts Center. Each earring represents a local indigenous woman who is missing, murdered, endangered or abused. The display is part of a national movement that sheds light on violence against indigenous women.
The “Sing Our Rivers Red” earring exhibit was displayed at the Durango Arts Center in early December. Each earring represents an indigenous woman who is missing, murdered, endangered or abused.

FLC students bring awareness to indigenous missing and abused women

People were encouraged to write a message to indigenous women Dec. 7 during Noel Night at the “Sing Our Rivers Red” earring exhibit at the Durango Arts Center. The display is part of a national movement that sheds light on violence against indigenous women.
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