As part of Native American Heritage Month and Red Shawl Week — Nov. 17-21 — the entrance sign to the park was draped with a red shawl.  National parks nationwide also celebrate the week.

American Indian and Alaska Native women are missing and murdered at a rate of more than 10 times above the national average.  This week is intended to spread awareness of these crimes and the population being abused.

GTNP’s Red Shawl Day display signifies missing, murdered Indigenous people


Red Shawl Day celebrated in Teton Park

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