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This Indigenous Peoples Day 2022, we uplift all PROTEC17 members and community members with Indigenous identity — not just on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but every day. Our union and the Labor Movement is made stronger because of you. PROTEC17 invites you to collectively join us in acknowledging the injustices against the Indigenous community and work together to pay both respects and reparations to the people on whose land we reside. As a labor union, we continue to acknowledge that economic justice is not truly justice without racial justice. 

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2022 Events
and Organizations to Support

Please note that this is not an extensive list.


United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) –
Indigenous Peoples’ Day Event at Daybreak Star Cultural Center

    • More info HERE
    • UIATF is also looking for volunteers for this event; if you are able, please consider adding capacity. More info HERE.


City of Seattle Native American Employees (CANOES) –
Indigenous Peoples’ Day Event

More info HERE


Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN) –
Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2-Day Event

    • Traditional Drum Making Workshop | Sun., Oct. 9 @ 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
    • Community Gathering and Welcoming Song | Mon., Oct. 10 @ 5 – 7 p.m.
    • Film Screening of Honor Thy Mother: the Untold Story of Aboriginal Women and Their Indipino Children & Panel Discussion | Mon., Oct. 10 @ 7 – 8:30 p.m.

More info about all three events HERE


Squaxin Island Tribe and the City of Olympia – Indigenous Peoples’ Day Event 

More info HERE


Support Your Local Indigenous Tribe / Pay Reparations

For example, if you’re in the Seattle area check out Real Rent Duwamish and consider making a recurring donation. Check out their website as there are also periodic volunteer opportunities available.


Support the Oregon Native American Chamber of Commerce (ONACC)

The ONACC works to advance educational and economic opportunities for Native Americans in Oregon and Southwest Washington.


Check out our Native Land Acknowledgment page on our website for more info.

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