Be an Indigenous Ally


Resources to unlearn, support, and uplift Indigenous Peoples

UnLEARN

Websites
10 ways to be a genuine ally to Indigenous Communities
Whose land am I on?
Truth and Reconciliation Commission Website
94 Calls to Action
Overview of Indian Residential School System
Indian Residential School Survivors Society
21 Things You May Not Have Know About The Indian Act
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls MMIWG
Indigenous Sovereignty
Landback
Health & Wellness

Courses
Indigenous Canada - Free Online Course

Books
Indigenous Texts List
Braiding Sweetgrass
Genocidal Love
Indigenous Writes - A Guide to First Nations, M├ętis, & Inuit Issues in Canada
I Sang You Down from the Stars
Treaty Words
We Are Water Protectors

Support

Donate
Akala Society
Atlohsa Family Healing Services
Idle No More
IllumiNative
Indian residential School Survivors Society
Indigenous Climate Action
Native Women's Association of Canada
Urban Native Youth Association

Orange Shirt Day
Orange Shirt Society
Atlohsa Gifts
Native Northwest
Orange Shirt Day
Urban Native Youth Association
Victoria Orange Shirt Day

Uplift

Artists
James Jones
Kent Monkman
Luke Swinson
Morningstar Designs
Shina Nova

Indigenous Businesses
Beam Paints
Birch Bark Coffee Co
Raven Rising
Red Sky Candles
Wabanaki Maple

Indigenous Restaurants *Ontario/GTA
Flying Chestnut Kitchen
NishDish
Pow Wow Cafe
Tea N Bannock

Follow Indigenous Voices
APTN
decolonizemyself
Lakota People's Law Project
Larissa Crawford
The Collective Media
Red House Series
R.I.S.E. Now
Wetsuweten_Checkpoint

I acknowledge and am grateful to reside on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee and the Lenaapeewak, Treaty 29 Territory.


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