Where do Indigenous folks fit into the larger conversation of cultural connections and viable futures? What does it mean to be Indigenous and live in a big city? We, as the Indigenous Kinship Collective:NYC, unpack these dualities daily, constantly reconciling past, present, and future survivance. Join the members of the collective as we discuss our work in which we use art, media, technology, and fashion as means of larger social activism.
Indigenous Kinship Collective:NYC is a direct action group of Native femme, non-binary and womxn, creating an Indigenous community in the city. They have staged direct actions and internet campaigns to bring awareness to legacies of violence and oppression, and created community networks for urban Indigenous folks throughout the city.
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