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Indigenous People’s Day 2021

Native American Organizations Doing Amazing Work

Women’s Earth Alliance – Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) envisions a world in which women are empowered, communities thrive, and the Earth regenerates. Their mission is to catalyze women-led, grassroots solutions to protect our environment. This is a previous recipient of FBC funds!

Native Women Lead – Their mission is to revolutionize systems and inspire innovation by investing in Native Women in business. They do this by co-creating with and convening their community to build coalition while honoring their culture, creativity and connections.

Native American Food Sovereignty AllianceThis women-led organization supports Native communities nationally with advocacy, education, and networking as they revitalize their indigenous food systems.

Kalauokekahuli – Their mission is to breath new life into traditional and cultural practices in order to overturn the negative birth and postpartum outcomes that Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women and babies currently face in Hawaiʻi.

The Aleut Foundation – The Aleut Foundation has a mission to support the economic and social needs of the Aleut people with scholarships for post-secondary education, career development and burial assistance for shareholders and descendants of The Aleut Corporation (TAC).

This list is not exhaustive, so we welcome additions in the comments!

Natalia Santana is a compliance professional by day, and an activist, student and parent...also by day. Interested in the intersection of activism and education, her joy in life is taking complicated concepts and distilling them into easy to understand Twitter rants. Favorite genres: science fiction, fantasy, and non-fiction books.

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