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"Elections don't solve problems. They can create the conditions where we can organize and solve these problems." 

A big thank you to Netroots Nation for having NOA at their 2024 conference!
“Today is a sad day for Indigenous Peoples and justice everywhere,” said Nick Tilsen from @ndncollective about the decision to deny Leonard Peltier parole. 

“This decision is consistent with how the United States government has treated the Indigenous Peoples of these lands. They have broken every promise they have ever made to our Nations, and have ignored their Constitution in order to erode the civil and human rights of Native people. But while we are heartbroken by the parole commission’s decision, our work to ensure that Leonard will receive justice and freedom will continue with renewed dedication.” 

Read the full statement from NDN at the link in our bio. 
Photo by Angel White Eyes, Photo Editor for NDN Collective.
This Pride Month, we honor and mourn Nex Benedict, the nonbinary teen who left this world too soon in February 2024 after brutal bullying. 

Nex’s mother is a member of the Choctaw Nation, which has traditional terms for people who are neither men nor women. Since time immemorial, Indigenous communities have honored and protected our Two Spirit and queer kin, who were seen as closely connected to the divine in many cultures.

Nex’s death shines a light on the disproportionate harassment and violence against our Two Spirit and queer relatives. Among LGBTQ2S+ youth, Native American youth are the most likely to be bullied and to consider or attempt suicide.

For 2SLGBTQ youth in crisis or in need of a safe place to talk, you can call: 
🌈 Rainbow Youth Project at 1-317-643-4888
🌈 the Trevor Project’s LifeLine at 1-866-488-7386
Today is the Summer Solstice 🌞✨ On this longest day of the year, which is traditionally a sign of halfway between planting and harvesting season, we reflect on the hard work we’ve put in and continue to plan for the journey ahead. 

How are you spending the longest day of the year? 

video of the Oconaluftee River in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park which is on Cherokee homelands 🪶

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