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Our Programs

Grinding Stone Collective Inc. strives to uplift Indigenous peoples through resource, programming, and platform development. We create visibility and jobs for marginalized communities on media platforms. We develop digital spaces for Natives to showcase their knowledge and skills while simultaneously growing in community. Grinding Stone culminates from years of building networks and creating spaces online organically. Through innovative use of technology for educational platforms, Grinding Stone Collective creates space for Indigenous peoples to build community, combat erasure, and engage societal issues all over the Americas.

A New Day For Old Ways

First Foods promotes food sovereignty for Indigenous peoples through education, community, and mutual aid. Through an educational series led by Indigenous culture-bearers and knowledge-keepers, we build a platform for a community seeking healthy and sustainable Indigenous practices to implement in their daily lives.

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Inter-tribal Food Pantry

Intertribal Food Pantry First Foods Program's mutual aid initiative brings Indigenous food producers and Native communities closer together to provide culturally accessible food products.

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Stewards

Stewards aiding Tribes and Native Communities in creating climate solutions through education, indigenous agro-biospheres, 

terraforming, and land back 

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Land Back Murals

LandBack Murals promotes Native American sovereignty, stewardship and visibility through artistic expression. As an expression of land acknowledgment, LandBack Murals serves to remind us that we are on a stolen land built on broken promises. Led by Indigenous artists, muralists, and activists, our program seeks to promote awareness in colonized spaces despite societal erasure of Indigenous people and histories by constructing murals in public spaces throughout the United States. We aim to create visual landmarks of the Resistance, Land Back and Land Acknowledgement. We hope to rekindle our relationship with the land by acknowledging its history and stewards.

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ICCW

Indigenous Caribbean Workshops promotes the cultural and artistic expression of Indigenous Puerto Ricans and the Amerindian Caribbean Diaspora. We preserve and promote the traditions, values, and lifestyles of the Indigenous Caribbean, organize activities and events which promote cultural exchange locally or nationally; and encourage understanding and respect for different cultural heritages among the youthful members of the group as well as the mainstream population. 

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