ACT NOW! Take the Indigenous Futures Survey and help shape the future for our communities. For the first time, Native people have a chance to have their voices heard and to identify issues that matter to us. The Indigenous Futures Project addresses long-overdue injustices by amplifying Native voices and providing an opportunity for all Native peoples to be a part of shaping our future.
The Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth, IllumiNative, Native Organizers Alliance have partnered to conduct the Indigenous Futures Survey, the largest survey of Native people by Native people. The survey explores; the impacts of COVID-19 on Native peoples, their families and communities, the impacts of racism and discrimination upon Native peoples’ lives, and identifies Native peoples' priorities for future. The results of the survey will help inform advocacy priorities for tribal leaders, policymakers, organizations, and more. It will also ensure that Native voices, needs and issues are visible in the popular media and American public during a crucial time in this country.
Take this short survey now and become eligible to win the raffle prizes pictured above and so much more! Your voice matters. CLICK HERE to take the survey.
For organizations interested in partnering with us: We want the Indigenous Futures Survey to be an available resource by Natives for Natives. Indigenous Futures Survey disseminating organizations and tribes can request access to data collected from the survey to be helpful to their future work. To participate in the IFP survey dissemination, or have questions regarding the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 736-2905.
We need representation from ALL Native people across ALL 50 states in the Indigenous Futures Survey! Please share this email with all of your Indigenous networks. Help us reach as many Native people as possible before the survey closes on August 15, 2020.
We thank you for your support of the Indigenous Futures Project.
The Indigenous Futures Project Team