Red dresses honor missing and murdered women and girls

On May 5, staff with the Puyallup Tribe’s Community Domestic Violence Advocacy Program hung up red dresses and signs around the Administration Building, as part of the program’s Missing and Murdered Native American Women and Girls Red Dress Project.

The annual display was one of several activities the program scheduled in May to bring awareness to missing and murdered Native Americans, and provide support their relatives and loved ones.

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Photos by Lisa Pemberton, Puyallup Tribal News Editor