Acknowledging public land as stolen Native land, restoring original place names, and telling the indigenous stories of America's Public Lands is not a solution, but it is way to begin re-indigenizing these places and holding the U.S. agencies that control these lands accountable. We believe just and ethical outdoor travel is possible. It begins with centering the goals, values, and treaty rights of the Native nations who were here first.
Native Land Digital strives to create and foster conversations about the history of colonialism, Indigenous ways of knowing, and settler-Indigenous relations, through educational resources such as our map and Territory Acknowledgement Guide. We strive to go beyond old ways of talking about Indigenous people and to develop a platform where Indigenous communities can represent themselves and their histories on their own terms. In doing so, Native Land Digital creates spaces where non-Indigenous people can be invited and challenged to learn more about the lands they inhabit, the history of those lands, and how to actively be part of a better future going forward together.
We are a coalition of social media influencers – bloggers, athletes, activists, and entrepreneurs – who share the goal of promoting diversity in outdoor spaces where people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse identities have historically been underrepresented. We are passionate about promoting equity and access to the outdoors for all, that includes being body positive and celebrating people of all skill levels and abilities.
NATIVE AMERICAN TRAVEL
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is the only national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization representing, supporting and expanding tribal tourism in the United States. We encourage tribal efforts to perpetuate their unique cultures while diversifying and growing their economies.
Stop Line 3
Join us to #StopLine3 from desecrating our lakes, wild rice, and Anishinaabeg + Dakota territories.