Red Sand Project: Honoring & Remembering Missing, Murdered Indigenous Woman

On the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton, Pennsylvania, chalk words as part of the Red Sand Project say Victims Should Not Fall Through the Cracks.

Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, at noon (rain date: Nov. 8)

PAZA, Tree of Life, a new Easton-based nonprofit dedicated to the revival and empowerment of Native American Indian cultures, will support the Red Sand Project by creating a community display for Native American Heritage Month in honor of missing, murdered Indigenous women and children. The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork created by Molly Gochman that uses sidewalk interventions and earthwork installations to create opportunities for people to question, connect, and take action against vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation. PAZA volunteers will create the display on Nov. 1 and welcome any community members who would like to participate.

The display will remain on view along the Karl Stirner Arts Trail during Native American Heritage Month to raise awareness of the crisis in Indian Country of missing, murdered Indigenous women and children as well as the issue of human trafficking in our communities.

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