Janine Landry speaks with Leanna Marshall about the commemorative installation, Walking With Our Sisters (WWOS). Her role is to sit on the national collective of WWOS, helping communities prepare for the bundle to visit their community (i.e., making sure they have all the resources and knowledge of protocol necessary). The goal of the program is to serve the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG), providing a space where families can come and grieve and honour their loved ones while having the community come and support them. It’s also about creating awareness in the communities around the national issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. WWOS is offered all across the country and other parts of North American in different hosting communities. There is no formal structure of hierarchy in the national collective or with the bundle of WWOS. It’s really about ceremony, bringing people together, and supporting the families of MMIWG.