Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

lil red dress Lil' Red Dress Project

K̓i’stła̱ns t̓ła̱liwe’a̱nu’tł
We will not forget them

The Lil’ Red Dress Project’s team of volunteers creates beaded “red dress” pins and earrings to bring awareness to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Proceeds from sales go towards the costs of creating and installing missing person/educational signage on Vancouver Island.

JusticeJustice for Indigenous Women and Girls​​

(Along with a teacher guide) ​
Justice for Indigenous Women (J4IW) was born from Project of Heart. J4IW is a registered non­-profit organization, formed by a group of Indigenous and non-­Indigenous allies with a vision to promote justice for Indigenous women and girls. Affirming the strength of Inuit, Metis and First Nations peoples, our work is grounded in the values of listening and honouring, knowledge and education, collaboration and justice.
Inspired by the original REDress project by Jamie Black, students at Mark Isfeld have created a display to raise awareness of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada.