Red Dress Art Exhibition at Cornell Raises Awareness of Assault Against Indigenous Women

Led by artist Jaime Black, the REDress Project visited Cornell University this week with its traveling exhibition. The outdoor installation featured red dresses hanging from trees as memorials to the Indigenous women in the United States who have faced sexual assault or have been murdered at an alarming rate. Black is part of the coalition, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.  [The Cornell Daily Sun]

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