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The Red Sand Project: Participatory Artwork Installation
October 16 @ 11:00 am
The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork created by Molly Gochman which uses sidewalk interventions and earthwork installations to create opportunities for people to question, connect and take action against vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation. The approach was symbolic, with the grains of sand representing those individuals who fall through the cracks—whether the cracks of our social, economic, and political systems or those of our personal consciousness.
The Red Sand Project was introduced to Easton by a local 501c3 Nonprofit and Native American Support Organization; PAZA, Tree of Life as part of their mission to remember the Missing Murdered Indigenous Women of Native Nations which remained painfully unaddressed until Savannah’s Law was passed into congress in 2020. Their goal is to promote conversation around the topic of human trafficking for the purpose of increased awareness and protection for all people.
We’ll be meeting by the new arch at the trail entrance behind Don Juan’s.
The event is at 11:00 AM and everyone is welcome to come and help!
Supplies are all provided, including coffee and donuts!