Sage family walk for MMIW

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Chairman Christine Sage and Jr. Miss Southern Ute joined the 2nd Annual MMIWG2S+ Run/Walk along with members of their immediate family, Tuesday, May 5. The virtual event was hosted by the Grand Prairie Friendship Center & Hug A Sister, encouraging participants to honor and bring awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls while still social distancing.
Southern Ute Chairman Christine Sage and her daughter, Kristi Sage take a selfie together in red following the 5K walk. Anyone can show their support and participation in this virtual event by posting to social media and using the hashtag #SisterRockRunWalk and wear red to honor MMIWG.
Jr. Miss Southern Ute, Autumn Sage joined in the virtual event encouraged participation in the 2nd annual 5K walk/run acknowledging the National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls.
Southern Ute Chairman Christine Sage with walking stick in hand, takes part in the MMIW virtual event.
Courtesy Kristi Sage
Courtesy Kristi Sage
Courtesy Kristi Sage
Courtesy Kristi Sage
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