stand in solidarity with indigenous peoples & mother earth
LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD
On September 17, 1851 the historic Fort Laramie Treaty was signed between the United States and representatives of the Cheyenne, Sioux, Arapaho, Crow, Assiniboine, Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nations. Indeed, the United States acknowledged that all the land covered by the treaty was Indian territory.
Before the ink was dry... the treaty was broken.
In the century that followed, over 500 treaties made with Native Nations were also broken—which has degraded the social and cultural survival of Indigenous peoples and the environmental health of Mother Earth.
We Have #PeoplesPower, together, let's challenge the United States and its Congress to #RightTheWrong of at least one of the more than 500 broken treaties the United States made with Native Nations.
BORN ON THE REZ
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In 2016, Robby joined the Oceti Sakowin (Seven Council Fires) and Water Protectors on the front-lines of an historic Indigenous resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline—an oil pipeline snaking through 1851 treaty land adjacent to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Inspired by passion, wisdom, and courage Robby wrote BORN ON THE REZ. A sneak peek was first heard on Moccasin Wire, hosted by Pat Romero of Taos Pueblo on KTAO 101.9FM, World Famous Solar Radio. The single took off impacting Native Radio from the heart of the Lakota Nation on KLND 89.5FM and KILI 90.1FM across Indian Country. BORN ON THE REZ is the first in a series of singles and music pictures in support of the #Honor1851Treaty campaign.
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Native Children's Survival
For more than 500 years Indigenous Children around the world have been shattered by oppression and deculturalization. Today, our children remain at risk and suffer the highest rates of illness, suicide, poverty, isolation, and despair. The time of shame, fear, and suffering is over. Let the healing begin.
Our campaigns help dispel fictitious myths and derogatory stereotypes about Indigenous Peoples in popular culture while raising awareness and generating support for essential civil, social, environmental, and human rights policy.
INDIGENOUS CHILDREN'S FUND
The Native Children's Survival Indigenous Children's Fund (NCSICF) is committed to eradicating the life threatening conditions Indigenous children endure each and every day.
These conditions include poverty and inadequate access to food security, clean water, healthcare, education, and opportunity as stated in the specific focus areas in the United Nations Report, “The State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples Vol. II."
Eagle Thunder Enterprises (ETE)
Artist-owned and operated independent Indigenous film, music, and production company.
Critically acclaimed and award-winning music and film releases, concerts, festivals, and events.
Global distribution of eco-friendly products and merchandise.
There's more to the story
We've curated a collection of Native literature—to help fill in the blanks of American his-story.