Native American Heritage Month resource collection

It’s Native American Heritage Month and we’ve put together a resource collection of tools for the community to conclude the month.


  • Learn what native land you’re on with’s interactive map.
  • Read our Call to action for culturally specific services for Indigenous Latin@s 

Take Action

  • Support Indigenous artists like Navajo artist Leandra Yazzzie (@lyazzieart), who designed “The Healing Blanket”. 100% of the proceeds from The Healing Blanket’s sales are donated to Missing & Murdered Dine Relatives and National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.
  • Read books from Indigenous Latina authors
  • Get involved with organizations that support Indigenous Latin@s. 
    • Alaska Native Justice Center centers Alaskan and native people’s needs within the civil and criminal justice system and focuses on justice-related issues that impact Alaskan-Native people statewide.
    • Wise Women Gathering Place in Wisconsin provides advocacy, domestic violence services , support groups, and trainings from a Native American cultural perspective. 
    • Comunidades Indigenas en liderazgo (CIELO), in California is an Indigenous women-led non-profit with a mission to end gender-based violence, and increase language access. They also focus on cultural preservation in the state of California and serve as a liaison for migrant Indegenous communities in Los Angeles.
    • Binational Center for the Development of Oaxacan Indigenous Communities serves Indigenous migrant communities from Mexico that live in California. Their services include leadership, advocacy, translation and interpretation. 
    • Mujeres Unidas y Activas in San Francisco serves Latina immigrant women and provides legal services, parenting programs, and English classes.