Indigenous Kinship Collective | Interviews
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ABOUT INDIGENOUS KINSHIP COLLECTIVE
We are a community of Indigenous women, femmes, and gender non conforming folx who gather on Lenni Lenape land to honor each other and our relatives through art, activism, education, and representation. We, as matriarchs and knowledge keepers, center our intersectional narratives by practicing accountability with community and self-determination. We uplift intergenerational Indigenous voices and welcome mixed race, non-enrolled, Indigenous femme, non-binary, trans, two-spirit people. We denounce colonial power structures of leadership and blood quantum. We are circular and work in harmony with each other.
We are defined by those who came before us.
Learn more about the Indigenous Kinship Collective here.
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