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Taking Action on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Selflessly & gener8tor are celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day by taking action across several volunteer and learning opportunities. Check out ways to support Indigenous rights organizations below.


See what Indigenous Land you Live in

Take a moment to look at the Native Land Map and search your home address. Here, you will see what Indigenous territory you reside in, the language that is spoken, and any associated treaties that were implemented.

Map My Address


Join a Webinar – Indigenous People’s Day – Conversations about Our Future

How do our memories of the past inform and influence the current racial and social landscape? As part of the museum’s online series Youth in Action: Conversations about Our Future, hear from young Native activists who are propelling this conversation and addressing the tension between history, memory, and the current movements happening across America. Panelists include Brook Thompson (Yurok and Karuk), Dylan Baca (White Mountain Apache), Lina Krueck (Oglala Lakota), Julian Brave NoiseCat (Canim Lake Band Tsq’escen and Lil’Wat Nation), and Alberto Correa III (Taíno).

This event will also feature an introduction by Kevin Gover (Pawnee), director of the National Museum of the American Indian, and a musical performance by hip-hop artist Frank Waln (Sicangu Lakota). The panel will be moderated by museum cultural interpreter Michaela Pavlat (Sault Ste. Marie Band of Chippewa Indians).

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Revoke the Federal Holiday Status of “Columbus Day”

We ask that Congress revoke the federal holiday status of Columbus Day. We further ask that Congress create a federal holiday known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, correcting centuries of white-washed narratives so that all Americans are given the opportunity to become more informed and engaged citizens.

Sign the Petition
Support BIPOC Business Owners

BIPOC Support Foundation is a nonprofit organization formed by business professionals and community leaders with a common goal: to provide the necessary foundation on which to uplift and support diverse business owners, future community builders, and women+ leaders. We empower the BIPOC community with tools to sustain itself via donations, resources, and mentorship.

Register to Mentor


Sponsor Home Repair Services for American Indians

Red Feather partners with homeowners, community members, and tribal agencies to provide training and educational resources to strengthen local resiliency around healthy housing topics, assemble funding, professionals, volunteers, and materials to address each family’s most urgently needed home health and safety repairs and repair and weatherize homes of the most vulnerable members of the communities.

Donate Here


Become an Ally to Indigenous People

IllumiNative is a national, Native-led nonprofit committed to amplifying contemporary Native voices, stories and issues to advance justice, equity and social impact. IllumiNative harnesses the power of research and data to launch strategic initiatives focused on changing the way that Americans and institutions think about and engage with Native communities.  If we can change the story, we can change the future for Native peoples.

Download the Toolkit


A Treacherous Choice And A Treaty Right

In 2019, the Cherokee Nation appointed a delegate to the U.S. Congress—a first for the Cherokee Nation or any tribal government in the United States. It was an appointment over 180 years in the making, legally drawn from the 1835 Treaty of New Echota.

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