The Every Child Matters Vinyl Stickers help more people participate in Orange Shirt Day on September 30th and show their commitment to Reconciliation year-round. Featuring a unique design by Ts'msyen (Tsimshian) artist Morgan Asoyuf with the words "Every Child Matters" inscribed in the centre. Proceeds from Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day products will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund to support people and families who continue to be impacted by Residential Schools and intergenerational trauma.
Was born in Prince Rupert, BC 1984. Morgan is Ts’msyen Eagle Clan from Lax Kwallams, BC. Morgan’s artistic career started with Blanche Macdonald Centre’s Fashion Design Diploma, and an interest in painting Ts’msyen designs. She carved cedar and alder while working with master carver Henry Green, learning about the properties of the wood. Also took Bronze Casting at the Crucible art compound in Oakland, where industry professionals taught her both investment mold and sand casting.
Morgan assisted Haida/Salish carver Jordan Seward in the creation of a 30-foot memorial totem pole for Vancouver’s missing women of the Downtown Eastside. She received diplomas in both Jewelry Design and Stone Cutting learning special techniques such as hollow construction, custom stonecutting, and advanced soldering