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REMEMBERING THE MISSING

Reno Charette, left, the director of the Native American Achievement Center at MSU Billings, helps Leslie Woodenlegs secure ribbons onto the fabric of the first ribbon skirt Woodenlegs has created. The two women were working at the Ribbon Skirt Nights event at the Native American Achievement Center at MSU Billings on Wednesday. Woodenlegs plans to wear the ribbon skirt for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s march leaving the center for the Yellowstone County Courthouse at 10 a.m. on Friday.

The Native American Achievement Center at Montana State University Billings hosted a ribbon skirt workshop ahead of the university's annual powwow.

Leslie Woodenlegs created a ribbon skirt at the event and planned to wear it for the missing and murdered Indigenous women march in Billings on Friday. The march begins at the center, located on Normal Avenue, at 10 a.m. and ends at the Yellowstone County Courthouse in downtown Billings.

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