Learn to sew a ribbon skirt with us!
We hosted a 90-minute interactive online tutorial with Alexandra Romero-Frederick (Oglala Lakota), on Indigenous ribbon skirt making.
All of our relatives, Native and non-Native, and all genders are invited to watch and learn.
For Indigenous people, the ribbon skirt tells a story of endurance, strength, spirituality, adaptation and survival.
Today, the ribbon skirt is worn to gatherings that have political, cultural, and social significance. It is a signifier of Native women’s grassroots power.