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Erin Konsmo, the national collective youth coordinator and media contact for the Walking With Our Sisters commemorative art installation project, spends time with the installation at the Urban Shaman Gallery in Winnipeg on Friday, March 21, 2014. The project seeks to honour to the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by displaying over 1760 donated moccasin tops, or vamps, each of which are intentionally not sewn into moccasins, and represent the unfinished lives of Indigenous missing and murdered women and girls. The project is currently booked to tour more than 30 locations across North America over the next six years, into the year 2019. (Photo by Crystal Schick/Winnipeg Free Press)

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Erin Konsmo, the national collective youth coordinator and media contact for the Walking With Our Sisters commemorative art installation project, spends time with the installation at the Urban Shaman Gallery in Winnipeg on Friday, March 21, 2014. The project seeks to honour to the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by displaying over 1760 donated moccasin tops, or vamps, each of which are intentionally not sewn into moccasins, and represent the unfinished lives of Indigenous missing and murdered women and girls. The project is currently booked to tour more than 30 locations across North America over the next six years, into the year 2019. (Photo by Crystal Schick/Winnipeg Free Press)

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Erin Konsmo, the national collective youth coordinator and media contact for the Walking With Our Sisters commemorative art installation project, spends time with the installation at the Urban Shaman Gallery in Winnipeg on Friday, March 21, 2014. The project seeks to honour to the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls by displaying over 1760 donated moccasin tops, or vamps, each of which are intentionally not sewn into moccasins, and represent the unfinished lives of Indigenous missing and murdered women and girls. The project is currently booked to tour more than 30 locations across North America over the next six years, into the year 2019. (Photo by Crystal Schick/Winnipeg Free Press)

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