Celebrate Indigenous strength, feminism and survival
By Cory Schachtel | September 23, 2020
Ribbon skirts are a symbol of resilience, sacredness and survival among many Indigenous tribes. And this Saturday (September 26) at City Hall, you can learn about and help stop the prejudices Indigenous women face when they wear them in urban places at Walk a Mile in a Cree Ribbon Skirt. You’ll hear from guest speakers and, leading up to the event, can take part in the #MyRibbonSkirt online challenge.