Connecting You to the Unique Arts, Cultures, Ideas and Identities of Indigenous People Today.

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Access the best existing online resources available to navigate the distinctive arts and vibrant living cultures of Indigenous people today.

Visit the DIRECTORY to learn and connect with present-day Indigenous communities , Nations and other category listings. Find up to date NEWS consolidated from various Indigenous news providers. See how you can help restore peace, pride, unity and connection among all people and the planet to ONE in ONE PEOPLE, ONE PLANET. And finally, be sure to visit the STORE for a variety of Authentic Indigenous Art and other cultural offerings.

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JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Guided by the Great Law of Peace and Haudeonosaunee (Iroquois) cultural values, ONE PEOPLE ONE PLANET aims to educate and inspire initiatives of healing, kindness and oneness among ALL People and the Planet.

By sharing cultural resources that promote solidarity, cultural inclusivity and cross-cultural understandings, we align efforts to bring our Minds together as ONE in restoring our connection to our Roots and ALL OF LIFE.

DIRECTORY

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

Learn about and connect with present-day Indigenous communities of North America,  Nations World-wide and view other various listings.

Image: “We The People”, by Joni Sarah White

NEWS

NEWS

Consolidated and up to date news from various Indigenous news providers in North America.

Image: “New Beginnings” by Mohawk Art & Design ~ Jordan Thompson

ONE PEOPLE ONE PLANET

ONE PEOPLE, ONE PLANET

The ONE PEOPLE ONE PLANET Movement invites you to join in the vibrant revitalization of our social, economic and cultural lifeways by bringing our minds together as ONE.

 

Image: “Skywoman” by Mohawk artist John Thomas

INITIATIVES

Initiatives

Our Initiatives are created with the purpose of providing additional support to Indigenous organizations that facilitate social and cultural pathways for Indigenous Communities today.

 

Image: “Condolence Woods” by Mohawk artist John Thomas

Let’s Connect

We invite you to become part of Indigenous World today by taking advantage of the resource we’ve created for YOU. Add your listing to our directory, or contact us to connect your news stream to our collection.

We look forward to connecting you with the resources you need to learn more and become a part of our mission. 

Nia:wen/Thank you again for your support. 

Contact Us by emailing info@indigenous.world

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All proceeds contribute to the support of cultural, social and economic advancement within Indigenous communities across North America.

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Timeline photosNineteen-year-old model Quannah Chasinghorse made history when she became the first Indigenous woman to walk for Chanel this past fashion month, in addition to walking the runways of Chloé, Savage x Fenty, Gabriela Hearst, and Prabal Gurung. But bringing visibility to the Native American community in the fashion community is just one part of her mission. She’s determined to amplify their stories. “There are always Indigenous people showing up, doing the work, and I don’t think we get enough recognition,” she says. “Our voices are constantly being pushed away because people don’t take us seriously. We’ve always been a stereotype, a mascot. We’ve always been not seen as real humans. Being a part of that change and encouraging other Indigenous youth to step up and use our voices, but also to be proud of who we are, is what motivates me. It keeps me wanting to keep doing what I’m doing.” Read her full ELLE January 2022 digital cover interview here: ellemag.co/NJ8AzdK ... See MoreSee Less

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