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Indigenous activism secured the passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which prioritizes keeping Native children in their communities.

But now ICWA is under threat. Earlier this month, our Native communities and allies gathered at the Supreme Court to demonstrate support for ICWA during oral arguments in a crucial court case that will determine the future of this critical law.

This Native American Heritage Month, please join the fight to protect our cultures and our children by supporting ICWA, the Indian Child Welfare Act. Sign now: actionnetwork.org/forms/stop-stealing-native-kids-protect-icwa
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Indigenous activism secured the passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which prioritizes keeping Native children in their communities.

But now ICWA is under threat. Earlier this month, our Native communities and  allies gathered at the Supreme Court to demonstrate support for ICWA during oral arguments in a crucial court case that will determine the future of this critical law.

This Native American Heritage Month, please join the fight to protect our cultures and our children by supporting ICWA, the Indian Child Welfare Act. Sign now: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/stop-stealing-native-kids-protect-icwa

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With Thanksgiving on our doorstep, I am thankful to support Indigenous Native Organizers Alliance.

What are you celebrating this #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth?

As we start this Thanksgiving week, let’s celebrate our resilient communities and our grassroots work towards Native self-determination and sovereignty. Some important things to recognize that have happened this month include…
🪶 Nearly 80 Native candidates —about half of whom are women — won their races up and down the ballot this midterm election
🪶 We again proved that the Native vote matters. Our team of organizers has been mobilizing Native peoples on the ground in key states across the country to overcome voter suppression
🪶 More museums are reckoning with their racist histories of stealing remains, hair, and sacred objects from Native peoples
🪶 We just wrapped up our second National Training of 2022 for Native organizers and leaders
AND MORE!

Tell us what you’re celebrating in the comments! #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
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What are you celebrating this #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth? 

As we start this Thanksgiving week, let’s celebrate our resilient communities and our grassroots work towards Native self-determination and sovereignty. Some important things to recognize that have happened this month include…
🪶 Nearly 80 Native candidates —about half of whom are women — won their races up and down the ballot this midterm election
🪶 We again proved that the Native vote matters. Our team of organizers has been mobilizing Native peoples on the ground in key states across the country to overcome voter suppression
🪶 More museums are reckoning with their racist histories of stealing remains, hair, and sacred objects from Native peoples
🪶 We just wrapped up our second National Training of 2022 for Native organizers and leaders
AND MORE! 

Tell us what you’re celebrating in the comments! #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
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This Thanksgiving, while celebrating the holiday with your family and friends we invite you to help dispel the myth of the “first Thanksgiving” and its silence about genocide and systemic racism. 

Instead, reflect with us on the history of Native peoples and how much we have overcome to remain a resilient and vibrant part of cultural and political life today.

We hope today is an important one, no matter how you choose to spend it, and we are grateful for the support of our community.
Indigenous activism secured the passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which prioritizes keeping Native children in their communities.

But now ICWA is under threat. Earlier this month, our Native communities and  allies gathered at the Supreme Court to demonstrate support for ICWA during oral arguments in a crucial court case that will determine the future of this critical law.

This Native American Heritage Month, please join the fight to protect our cultures and our children by supporting ICWA, the Indian Child Welfare Act. Sign now via the link in our bio.
What are you celebrating this #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth? 

As we start this Thanksgiving week, let’s celebrate our resilient communities and our grassroots work towards Native self-determination and sovereignty. Some important things to recognize that have happened this month include…
🪶 Nearly 80 Native candidates —about half of whom are women — won their races up and down the ballot this midterm election
🪶 We again proved that the Native vote matters. Our team of organizers has been mobilizing Native peoples on the ground in key states across the country to overcome voter suppression
🪶 More museums are reckoning with their racist histories of stealing remains, hair, and sacred objects from Native peoples
🪶 We just wrapped up our second National Training of 2022 for Native organizers and leaders
AND MORE! 

Tell us what you’re celebrating in the comments! #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
Today’s the day to #ROCKYOURMOCS! 👏🏽

Today, and everyday, we are thankful for the dedicated moccasins on the ground who are committed to protecting the rights and dignity of Native peoples. 

Are you rocking your mocs today?
“After appointing a Delegate to Congress in 2019, and many visits to Congress for outreach and education on our 1835 treaty rights, we are elated that a congressional hearing on our Cherokee Delegate has been set for Wednesday," - Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.

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The resurgence of Native cultural and political power is not just important on Election Day. There are grassroots movements that are fighting to reclaim our land and cultures while creating a better tomorrow for the generations that follow. 

The picture here is from last weekend when team members from NOA as well as students and others joined together in Massachusetts to witness the result of negotiations between the Barre Museum and Lakota representatives. The museum agreed to return more than 100 artifacts from the violence at Wounded Knee 132 years ago. 

This is the important of moccasins on the ground work that is so important to highlight during #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth2022.

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