Community Events at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Seattle.
Please join United Indians as we partner with the Office of Indian Child Welfare to host their virtual Native American Month Celebration. Guest will have the opportunity to bid in a digital silent auction, and the winners will be announced via Zoom during the celebration. Items up for grabs include beaded earrings, paintings, Christmas ornaments, … Continue reading Native American Month Celebration
Have you or someone you know been a target of racism, homophobia, misogyny, ableism, xenophobia, transphobia, ageism, colorism or another form of discrimination? KCAHB’s goal is to document systematic oppression by collecting individual stories from our communities. All reports are recorded anonymously with discretion by our team, who are BIPOC residents of the area. We … Continue reading King County Coalition Against Hate + Bias in Conversation w/ Enrique Cerna
Join United Indians of All Tribes Foundation for an evening dedicated to commemorating fifty-one-derful years of serving Urban Indians. We’ll be celebrating our organization’s rich history + offering an overview of our ongoing services and programs for potential clients. How can UIATF help you? Tune in on March 8th, 2021 @ 5:30 p.m. PST to … Continue reading You & UIATF: 51 Wonderful Years of Serving Urban Indians
Join UIATF for a week-long series of livestreams leading up to our annual Native Life in the City Gala. We’re talking to Native changemakers and caretakers about where our community has been, where we are now, and what’s next. The overarching theme of this year’s gala — We’re Still Here — is rooted in perseverance. … Continue reading Native Life in the City 2021 Gala
Don’t miss the kick off of our “We’re. Still. Here.” speaker series! Monday’s live is an intimate conversation between our board’s Chairwoman, Abriel Johnny + Randy Lewis, an original fence jumper from the 1970 Fort Lawton Takeover, the protest that paved the way for UIATF’s existence. ___________________________________________________ Randy Lewis needs no introduction. He is our … Continue reading WHERE HAVE WE BEEN? – NLitC 2021
Tuesday’s live is a panel about Indigenous language preservation. Already at risk prior to COVID-19, many languages may be lost as we struggle against a disease most deadly to elders, our knowledge keepers and carriers. Alice Oligario (Nanaimo & Squamish First Nations + Philippines, Cynthia Savini (Makah, Jamestown S’klallam + Quileute), and Hi’io Delaronde (Mohawk) … Continue reading WHAT ARE WE TAKING WITH US? – NLitC 2021
Native doctors and healers on the battle to keep our communities healthy during COVID-19 + the race to vaccinate Indian Country. ___________________________________________________ Dr. Dakotah Lane (Lummi) came back to the Lummi reservation in 2016 to practice family medicine after getting his medical degree from Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Science in New York. It … Continue reading HOW ARE WE HEALING? – NLitC 2021
A roundtable of Indigenous political minds on key issues Natives are dealing with, in legislatures far and wide. ___________________________________________________ John Richard McCoy is an American politician of the Democratic Party. He is a former member of the Washington State Senate, representing the 38th Legislative District. He previously served 11 years in the Washington House of … Continue reading WHERE ARE WE NOW? – NLitC 2021
Please join United Indians for a special conversation between Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay (When They See Us, 13th) and rising Native star Jana Schmieding (Rutherford Falls) about retelling narratives often deleted from or distorted by “textbook” history. How we approach the telling of our past has a major impact on our ability to envision a … Continue reading WHERE ARE WE GOING – NLitC
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