ADVOCATING FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY
It is crucial that Native communities and our allies fight for authentic, accurate, and contemporary representations of Native Americans and advocate for the recognition and celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in their communities.
IllumiNative has created research-informed lesson plans and guides to advocate and celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day in your community. In our toolkit, you will find case studies, key questions and answers, messages, a comprehensive how-to-guides on advocating to your representative and building a coalition, and more.
Looking for a way to support the visibility of Native peoples? Advocate & organize for #IndigenousPeoplesDay to be recognized in your city or state.— IllumiNative (@IllumiNative) October 6, 2022
Download @IllumiNative’s Guide to Support Indigenous Peoples’ Day Toolkit at https://t.co/OtkB2bdJRn pic.twitter.com/f19i6e6D3D
Celebrating, recognizing & lifting up the work of #Indigenous women: we acknowledge the leadership, sacrifice, & courage of First Nations women & girls who are leading in their communities to take care of the land & pass knowledge to future generations. #IndigenousPeoplesDay pic.twitter.com/l0SICo1ADN— Land Needs Guardians (@land_guardians) August 9, 2022