MMIW Honored

In collaboration with the Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO), the Voices of Our Sisters and the SunUte Community center. The Sing Our Rivers Red Earring Exhibit has been on display in the community center for the public to view, honoring the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Indian Country.
Sophia Romero carefully glues her gemstone to the backing of her earring before she starts the beading process. This free workshop was hosted by the Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) in collaboration with Voices of Our Sisters.
Ava Morgan, with the help of Randi Rock, learns how to bead at the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Earring Making workshop held on Sunday, Jan. 26 at SunUte Community Center.
McKayla Lee | the Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum

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