Red Fawn Fallis is a political prisoner who was arrested at Standing Rock, North Dakota on October 27, 2016. She was was sentenced to 57 months in prison on charges related to her arrest while opposing the Dakota Access pipeline. Red Fawn has now been incarcerated for nearly 3 years. This image is free for those working to support Red Fawn and within movements of prison abolition. You can learn more at standwithredfawn.org.
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This portrait was originally designed for Syracuse Cultural Worker’s 2020 Peace calendar.
A stenciled black, white, and gray portrait of Red Fawn Fallis, a Native, or Indigenous, woman who has long black hair, wears long earrings and a large round necklace. She looks off the side with a smile on her face.