Indigenous Futures Survey deadline extended

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Survey is 15-20 minutes; will close August 15

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IllumiNative

If you planned to take the Indigenous Future’s Survey (IFS) but missed the deadline, you still have time to complete the 15-20 minute survey and enter to win prizes such as Nike N7, original artwork, beaded jewelry, and gift cards to some of your favorite Native designers.

Why is this survey important?

This survey is the first of its kind. Design by Native people for Native people to ask about what matters most to us as an Indigenous community. The Indigenous Futures Survey changes the narrative and puts our words in our own voice to tell our story.

Who is leading the survey?

Led by acclaimed researchers Dr. Stephanie Fryberg (Tulalip) and Dr. Arianne Eason in partnership with the Center for Native American Youth and the Native Organizers Alliance, the Indigenous Futures Survey results have far-reaching impact, especially in the lead up to the November election. So far, over 3,000 Native respondents have shared their priorities and hopes for the future. Our goal is to gather responses from more than 5,000 people to ensure the results are truly representative of Indian Country.

IllumiNative, Organizers Alliance, Aspen Institute Center for Native American Youth - Indigenous Futures Project survey graphic.
(Image: Courtesy of IllumiNative, Native Organizers Alliance, and the Center for Native American Youth Indigenous Futures Survey Research Project)

Extended deadline and raffle live stream info

The survey will close August 15, 2020, and raffle prize winners will be announced via Facebook live on the Center for Native American Youth Facebook page on August 19, 2020. 

Take the survey now and share it with your relatives. Native voices matter.

To learn more about the Indigenous Futures Project visit the Indigenous Futures Survey page. If you have questions regarding the survey, please email indigenousfuture@aspeninstitute.org.

IllumiNative , Center for Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute, Native Organizers Alliance
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