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A young child dressed in traditional Indigenous clothing and holding a doll is painted using a stencil and black paint. The letters "MMIW" {Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women] appear in red above the child. "Windigo Army" is painted in red spray…

Informational sign edited with a black sharpie pen. The original text noted that in 1792 British explorers were “stunned to find Spanish ships at Point Grey” and “were welcomed by villagers who presented gifts of fish…” Edits to this sign were made…

Children’s clothing, stuffed animals, and photos of missing children are placed on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery to memorialize “215 children whose remains have been found buried at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops, in…

A white sign reads "No More Stolen Sisters" with a red handprint. The red handprint symbolizes the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.

Black paint on stairs near the Residential Schools Protest occupying Robson Square in Vancouver, Canada. The black paint reads "No More," "Stolen," and "Sisters." The protest responded to the abuse of Tk’emlups te Secwepemc First Nation children at…

A red handprint is painted on cement. The red handprint is a symbol of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.

Four wheatpaste posters are placed on a wall. Two posters read "Antifa Area" while the other two read "Refugees Welcome."

A poster on the side of a building reads "Wanted Vancouver Police Department (VPD)" in bold black letters. In between "Wanted" and "Vancouver Police Department (VPD)" is the VPD police crest. Other writing on the poster reads "For Theft Under…

A wheatpasting of a red dress is placed on the side of a building. The red dress is a symbol of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.

"Land Back" is painted in red on the side of a building. "Whos Land?" is written above it in white. Other black graffiti is written on the wall.
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