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Indigenous Culture Week: Call to Action

The ASU Library acknowledges the twenty-two Native Nations that have inhabited this land for centuries, including the Akimel O’odham & Pee Posh Indian Communities, whose care and keeping of the Salt River Valley allows us to be here today.

Call to Action

Taking action is a vital part in celebrating Indigenous Peoples.

We encourage you all to support land defenders and grassroots organizations, standing in solidarity with those who are defending our sacred sites is crucial within the Indigenous community. 

Protect Mauna a Wākea, "sacred Piko of Hawai'i". Support and follow this movement @protectmaunakea

Protect Oakflat, "Apache Stronghold". Support and follow this movement @protectoakflat

Protect Lahaina. "protecting the 'āina and iwi kūpuna is our kuleana". Support and follow this movement @protectlahaina

Kumeyaay Defense Against the Border Wall. "Small Indigenous initiative that is rooted in prayer to defend Kumeyaay lands and people".

Support and follow this movement @kumeyaaydefenseagainstthewall

Stop Line 3 Pipeline. "Join us to #StopLine3 from desecrating our lakes, wild rice and Anishinaabeg + Dakota territories". Support and follow this movement @stopline3pipeline.

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