By Zach Benoit
The women—all offenders serving time at the prison, and most of them of American Indian heritage—were putting fringe on shawls for the Pink Shawl Project, a nationwide event designed to increase cancer awareness, especially among American Indian women.
Below: "Cancer survivor Mary Buckman shares a laugh while sewing pink shawls at the Montana Women's Prison in Billings, Mont." (Photo by Bob Zellar of the Billings Gazette)
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