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Red Dress Gala MMIW

Inaugural: Red Dress Gala Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Children and Two-Spirit “Giving Voice to the Voiceless”
Relatives will share stories and experiences as they navigate the loss of a loved one.
Special guest speakers: Sita Baker Red Ribbon Skirt Society Ambassador Nominee to the Young Women’s Cabinet in the state of Minnesota and National Cabinet in Washington DC.
Grace Baker Red Ribbon Skirt Society Ambassador- Social Justice Advocate in Minneapolis.
Tosa Two Heart Red Ribbon Skirt Society, “Bring Her Home’, Talk
More speakers to be announced soon
Dinner prepared by The Sioux Chef Sean Sherman owner of Owamni,about Owamni:Owamni by The Sioux Chef is a restaurant in Minneapolis featuring Native American foods, with a specific focus on the foods of the Dakota peoples whose sacred land on which we are standing. We prioritize purchasing from Indigenous producers, and also support our diverse community of local food growers. We have eliminated colonial ingredients such as wheat flour, dairy and refined sugar to show the health and beauty of these ancestral flavors
Silent auction….Give-aways….Music
Agenda:
6pm-7:00pm-Social Gathering and Silent Auction
Silent Auction closes at 7:00pm
7:00pm-9pmDinner ..Speakers..Silent Auction winners and giveaways.
Hosted by Red Ribbon Skirt Society a project of non-profit Shamus Project Inc.
Proceeds from this fundraising event will help the families of our MMIWC2S
Red Ribbon Skirt Society | Facebook #redribbonskirtsociety
If you would like to be a corporate sponsor, please contact RRSS
605-431-8231/email lilym@rap.midco.net
Block of rooms reserved at Holiday Inn Rapid City Downtown Convention Center
When reserving your room identify yourself as booking for the Red Dress Gala to receive the reservation rate: 1-800-HOLIDAY
BOOK ROOMS EARLY CUTOFF DATE IS April 5, 2023
TICKETS SALES END ON April 30, 2023
 
The Red Ribbon Skirt Society is a society founded and led by Indigenous Women. We promote education and awarness around the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Women, Children and Two-Spirit individuals. As a society we advocate, support, give voice to and stand with the families whose lives have been affected by a MMIW.
We financially help with and attend funerals, tradional, memorials and search and rescue efforts. “Bring Her Home”, we have helped families bring their MMIW home, when they were unable to cover expenses. Whether it was to bring her home safely or sadly deceased. We are “Un Kusi Pa Tan Pi”, ” Give Support To Hold Up”.

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