Voices of Indigenous Voters

Too often indigenous voices are oppressed or simply not invited to the decision-making table until late in the conversation. By the time indigenous voices are included and start asking questions, reviewing budgets, raising points about decisions that are already made -- we become known as protestors, agitators, or resistors. 

It's time to shift the mindset. It's time to change this practice. 

How? Shift the paradigm through voter education. Together we can build a  stronger voting infrastructure for a better Arizona. 

In Arizona there are 22 federally recognized tribes and tribal representation from other states who call Arizona home - we are here and we are ready to build from among neighborhoods, community, and grassroots.   

We are working just as hard and often working harder than many others to be seen, heard, and understood. Through education, let's remove barriers that oppress our voices and build the educational infrastructure we need to address relevant issues in our neighborhoods, communities, and nations. 

We are a non-partisan, indigenous community-based organization focused on building a stronger voting infrastructure for Arizona. Join us in making a difference -- we are raising money to benefit Morning Star Leaders, Inc., and any donation will help make an impact.

Thank you in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much. 54119888_1611362962796937_r.jpeg
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