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In the Gallery: Photo Essay by Ne-Dah-Ness Rose Greene

April – May 2022:

Through powerful photographic portraits, Green raises awareness around Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives (MMIR). Each subject has a story that gives voice to those forced forever to be silent. The portraits feature social workers, advocates, survivors, and their families. “Through art, we hear, seek hope, and stand in solidarity.”

Ne-Dah-Ness Rose Greene is an emerging photographer and activist of the Leech Lake Nation.

The exhibit opens on March 31 and runs through the end of May. Gallery exhibits are viewable during library hours.

View MMIR resources.