We are dedicated to building People Power, grounded in Indigenous values, for the health and wellbeing of Mother Earth and all her living beings.
Native Movement provides support for grassroots-led projects that endeavor to ensure Indigenous Peoples’ rights, the rights of Mother Earth, and the building of healthy and sustainable communities for all.
Announcing: Spring Trainings!
Save the Date: 2019 Northern Organizers summit!
Check out our schedule of Anchorage and Fairbanks sessions OR request a training
Camp DATES announced
Application to be released soon
Summer intern Positions!
We will hire TWO summer interns at each of our offices — in Anchorage and Fairbanks.
Applicants please email us the following:
A cover letter telling us why you would like to intern
Your resume, including 2 references with contact info.
1-2 letters of recommendation
Attention LOCAL ALASKAN ARTISTS!
Help us Showcase ART THAT INSPIRES ACTION
Are you an artist interested in creating a new design that aligns with the work of Native Movement?
We are currently seeking art submissions for a new T-shirt design. We know our communities have so much talent. We want to support community art spaces and the artistic talents of all.
Help us inspire action toward building more just and equitable communities through ART!
Winner of this art contest will be showcased at a collaborative art show on June 1st and be awarded $250 plus goodies.
Submissions are due April 24th.
Please email email@example.com with any submissions/questions with subject line ART SHOW.
We are thrilled to welcome Jenny to the team! Jenny is originally from Nome, Alaska and grew up in both Nome and Fairbanks, Alaska. Jenny’s Inupiaq name is Wiagañmiu. Her maternal family roots originate from the village of Kiŋigin, or more commonly known in English as Wales, Alaska. Jenny brings broad experience in communications, public relations, the arts, and so much more.
Jenny is a photographer who also works with video and sound art. Her art is concept-driven—packed with themes of histories, current realities, decolonization, and identities—to encourage dialogue on important topics and issues in aims to defeat stereotypes and support healing.
She is a co-founder of Aurora Pride, an Indigenous lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2+) support group in Anchorage, which is also open to allies, is a volunteer on the youth program committee for Identity Alaska, a statewide LGBTQ+ nonprofit based in Anchorage, and a volunteer juror for the Anchorage International Film Festival.
TEEN Vogue shout out to Native Movement!
In this piece, writer Maka Monture Paki (Tlingit/Mohawk) explains how to support Native activists and the organizations they are a part of. November 22, 2018. By Maka Monture