Each pair represents 10,000 missing women and girls.
The educational sections provide basic facts about gendercide and its consequences for society.
WHO MADE THE BABY BOOTIES?
We fairly paid at-risk women from 30 developing countries to make 90% of the baby booties. Learn more. Dallas area high school students and knitting groups contributed, too, along with concerned individuals from around the world.
Professional artists from Dallas and beyond offered solace, hope, and a challenge to make things better. Artists from the international community, including gendercide-affected countries, are represented. See short poem.
50% of proceeds from the exhibit and dinner have been sent to our five education partners to educate at-risk girls overseas.