Our Mission

What we do

Our mission is deeply rooted in advocacy for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), as well as raising awareness about domestic violence and human trafficking. For the past four years, we have organized the REDress Project Installation, curated by Jamie Black, to spotlight the epidemic of violence against Indigenous women. This initiative reflects our commitment to social justice, with a portion of proceeds from all sales dedicated to supporting these causes. By purchasing our products, customers directly contribute to these crucial efforts, helping to amplify the voices of the vulnerable and drive meaningful change in our communities.

A portion of all proceeds goes to raising awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. To learn more about MMIW and how you can get involved please visit: 



29 Years Old

is the median age of the victims


% of Indigenous Women who experience violence in their lifetime


Victims of sex
trafficking are identified as
Indigenous Women


REDress Project

The REDress Project was started in Canada by Metis Curator Jamie Black. It is because of the efforts of Indigenous Women and their families that this crisis is gaining awareness. Women are finding innovative ways to use their voices on this issue and the affect is profound. It is also a day to recognize the ongoing crisis by spreading awareness.