Indigenous Stories

On Indigenous Peoples Day, a Message from VOW Editor Sara Sinclair

October 11th, 2019|Categories: Activism, Home and Belonging, Indigenous Rights, Racial Justice, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Sara Sinclair is the editor of How We Go Home, one of Voice of Witness’s forthcoming oral history projects. How We Go Home shares the voices and experiences of Indigenous people in the US and Canada. Sara shared the update below with us for Indigenous Peoples Day, illuminating one of the injustices Native communities are [...]

Amplifying Indigenous Stories

October 5th, 2017|Categories: Cultural and Personal Identity, Gender Inequality, Immigration, Indigenous Rights, Narrators, Women in Prison|Tags: , , , |

What’s Indigenous Peoples' Day? In 1992, the city of Berkeley, CA declared that the second Monday of October, also known as Columbus Day, would become a day of solidarity with Indigenous peoples around the globe. Ever since, the movement has spread across the country, from Minneapolis, to Phoenix, and recently, Los Angeles. In honor of [...]