EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 7, 2021
Women, My Sisters is a healing project that uses the traditional artistic practices of embroidery as a bridge to create solidarity among women who have experienced violence or who have lost a friend, sister, daughter, mother or grandmother.
Guided by Elder Kaennotas Sédalia Fazio and facilitator Melanie Morrisson, this collective transdisciplinary project combining art, culture and community healing breaks down the barriers of isolation and silence. Its objective is to raise awareness of the issues related to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and to create spaces for reflection, sharing and healing.
Violence against women concerns us all.