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Current events, editorials, and collaborative multimedia — from an Indignenous perspective.

2 months ago
Indigenous intermediaries are crucial to overcoming asymmetries between impact investors and Native America through the building of relationships of trust, creation of an ecosystem for impact investing in Indigenous communities, and performance of the due diligence investors need to manage risk.
2 months ago
As part of NDN Collective’s larger response to the pandemic, NDN Fund has created special emergency debt capital, bridge loans, and capacity building services to help businesses remain solvent and to identify opportunities for some to expand if they are in advantaged industries.
2 months ago
To solve the most pressing issues for Indigenous communities—and for the world at large—power and autonomy must be given to Indigenous people themselves.
2 months ago
"Decolonization and Radical Indigenous Futures" is a series published at the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) in partnership with NDN Collective.
2 months ago
Indigenous group raises awareness on effects of oil sand pipeline on Native Minnesota region.
3 months ago
Today, we celebrate the collective work of our people and movements who have organized, built power and helped deliver one of the most important elections in history.
3 months ago
The KXL pipeline was set to go through the heart of the Oceti Sakowin Territory. The people came together, resisted the fossil fuel industry and stood up for our lands, water and rights. We will continue to resist and fight.
3 months ago
As the South Dakota Education Equity coalition (SDEEC) prepares for the 2021 legislative session, they are asking individuals in support of their efforts to call their legislators, voice support for their bill and the concept of Oceti Sakowin Community Based Schools.
3 months ago
“NDN Collective vehemently supports the calls for impeachment of President Trump, but more importantly, and beyond this presidency, this moment illuminates the urgent need to dismantle white supremacy and radically imagine a new future.”
4 months ago
“We are excited by Rep. Haaland’s appointment and look forward to having a representative who has insight into Indigenous issues and priorities, so Land Back organizers can uplift our policy solutions and help fuel systematic change that benefits all people and the planet.”
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