Native Lives Matter Coalition founder Rene Ann Goodrich talks with Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken following the vigil for Sheila St. Clair on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. During the vigil, Tusken announced that his department is securing funding to offer a reward for information on St. Clair, who has been missing for more than six years.
Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune
Native Lives Matter Coalition founder Rene Ann Goodrich talks with Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken following the vigil for Sheila St. Clair on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. During the vigil, Tusken announced that his department is securing funding to offer a reward for information on St. Clair, who has been missing for more than six years. Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune

Lisa Ronnquist takes red dresses from a clothesline following the Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, vigil for the missing Sheila St. Clair. The dresses, red for the color of blood, represent missing and murdered Indigenous women. The city is lighting Enger Tower with red light for the next week to pay tribute to missing and murdered Indigenous women and to recognize the issue of sex trafficking in the Twin Ports.
Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune
Lisa Ronnquist takes red dresses from a clothesline following the Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, vigil for the missing Sheila St. Clair. The dresses, red for the color of blood, represent missing and murdered Indigenous women. The city is lighting Enger Tower with red light for the next week to pay tribute to missing and murdered Indigenous women and to recognize the issue of sex trafficking in the Twin Ports. Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune

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