For their final thesis project, eight media production students came together and created Shades of Our Sisters, an installation that celebrates the lives of missing and murdered indigenous women, trans and two-spirit individuals. The project focuses on the lives of Patricia Carpenter and Sonya Cywink, two of the more than 1200 missing and murdered indigenous women. The installation is a […]
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Ryerson students were on hand for the annual Sisters in Spirit vigil in Allan Gardens on Sunday. It’s a nationwide event held to honour the lives of missing and murdered aboriginal women and to show support for grieving families.
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