A Powerful Symbol Of Canada’s Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women

Nearly 1,200 aboriginal women in Canada have been murdered or gone missing in the last 30 years — 225 in 2014 alone, according to the RCMP.

In Alberta, for example, 206 First Nations women have been killed over three decades — or 30 per cent of all female homicides in the province.

On Oct. 4, Black is asking for women to donate a dress to the project, hang a red dress outside their home, or wear one as they go about their day.

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