Since the blog has been going, we have received a ton of great feedback from both individuals and groups. We are grateful and honored to know our resources are being used in individual transformation as well as discussed by university classes, community groups, and organizations. We have also provided skill-shares to hundreds of people in cities across Turtle Island. As a result, many people have expressed their interest in supporting the work by donating for using posters and to help fund additional skill-shares and decolonization gatherings.
For those who want to offer donations – please visit our new Support Page. It has a secure PayPal link for grassroots, crowd-funded support.
We’ve also created three new art posters – including the one here – as gifts for those making donations. Please check them out and if you feel moved, support the important work we are doing with both settler and Native groups undertaking movements towards decolonization and independence. Thank you!
We’ve updated our Skill-Share page with two new offerings and to reflect these skill-shares are offered as a part of the Lakota Cante Tenza Okolakiciye or Strong Heart Warrior Society. Participants will receive a certificate from Cante Tenza acknowledging their participation. Let’s make an event happen in your community!
We are offering:
- Decolonization for White Settlers Intensive
- Decolonization & Ancestral Recovery
- Decolonization & Independence with Lakota warrior leader Canupa Gluha Mani
- Indigenous solidarity
- Returning to Ourselves: Decolonizing LGBTQI
Check out all the details on the Skill-Shares page!
Or contact Ana with questions or to schedule an event in your community!
SAVE THE DATE!
September 4-6, 2015
Independent Lakota Territory
Hosted by the Lakota Cante Tenza Okolakiciye (Strong Heart Warrior Society)
This unique gathering is intended to bring together a diverse group of decolonizing people under observation of Native warriors and activists. In particular, we are focusing on those non-Native persons in positions of leadership, teaching, or mentoring others in movements of decolonization. Over the three days, we hope to engage in conversations that will create understanding, build relationship, and ensure accountability in the critical movements to return Indigenous lands and lifeway.
Fill out the online application if you wish to attend and get more details here.
Please check out Renewal, Remembrance, and Resistance for Decolonizing People of European Heritage on the new Decolonization & Resistance page. This article has been a long time coming and we are grateful to have it up on the site.
The article can also be downloaded in PDF format.