As part of our ongoing education campaign and after our Indigenous History Teach-In and Discussion with Native American Rights Fund's Assistant Director of Development Dallin Maybee, we wanted to post some of the action + education resources that we leverage in our work. These resources are meant to provide you with a truthful narrative of the United States, covering the uncomfortable and provocative parts of history and not sugarcoating the atrocities to hold those in power accountable. This education continues to be robbed from many students in schools across the country, as critical race and queer theory is banned in curricula, but we hope that this presentation can act as a foundation for you to continue the work and learn more about and support local Indigenous communities, lands, and current issues and, ultimately, educate your communities as well.
Be sure to watch the workshops here: www.takeactioninc.com/workshops
Learn More About Land Acknowledgments:
Indigenous Origin Stories:
More can be found on PBS Learning Media
The Reservation Era:
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women:
Take Action Inc. Resources (DAPL Activist Interview/Podcast):
Books to Read:
An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Cherokee historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Ways to Support Indigenous Activism and Be An Ally:
Indigenous Organizations to Support:
Ways to Learn About and Support Maui:
If you are able, we encourage you to donate to the Maui Wildfire Relief initiative to support their efforts in rebuilding devastated areas and communities. We, at Take Action Inc., would also greatly appreciate your support through a small donation at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/take-action-inc so that we can continue to provide you with educational materials and mentorship workshops. Every dollar helps to amplify our work, and we appreciate your support!
Thank you so much,
Take Action Inc. Team