Sing Our Rivers Red Exhibit

Wednesday - Saturday 2 PM - 6 PM


The Sing Our Rivers Red earring exhibit travels to raise awareness about murdered and missing Indigenous women and colonial gender-based violence in the United States and Canada.

Sing Our Rivers Red events aim to bring awareness to the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and colonial gender-based violence in the United States and Canada. The events strive to raise consciousness, unite ideas, and demand action for Indigenous women, girls, Two-Spirit, and LGBTQQIA people who have been murdered or gone missing, tortured, raped, trafficked, and assaulted, who have not had the proper attention or justice. SORR also is being planned in solidarity and with a collaborative spirit, meant to support the efforts built in Canada, as well as highlight the need for awareness and action to address colonial gender violence in the United States.

The SORR exhibit will take place in the McMahon Gallery at the Dairy Arts Center. Please sign up below to visit the exhibit Wednesday - Saturday starting at 2 PM. Limited capacity groups will be given up to 1 hour to visit the galleries to maintain safety and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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