They’re missing, but a photographer demands they not be forgotten

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CTV News has the story.

Behind each of these faces in is the story of an indigenous woman who is missing or has been murdered. The exhibit entitled “Dignity: The Strength of Indigenous Women” showcases photos of 20 family members of missing and murdered women.

“This is their chance to use the lens as the eyes of anybody who has ever done them wrong, and they can look into the lens and let these people know how they’ve affected them, how they feel, what they are thinking,” photographer Jon Adaskin told CTV News.

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