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Supporting Indigenous Companies


Small indigenous businesses and entrepreneurs have for a long time, worked to build back the wealth of culture and community stripped from them though-out history. Whether displaced by government systems, limited to reservations, or haunted by high unemployment, slum housing, or racist treatment, they have experienced some of the harshest histories and remained resilient in cultural pride.

By supporting more Indigenous-owned companies, you can help create more opportunities for meaningful savings, property ownership, credit building, and generational wealth for those still living in or around indigenous communities. similar to shopping black or Latin, if we all do our part in supporting indigenous entrepreneurs, then we’re helping with the progression of strengthening these communities. Supporting indigenous/black/Hispanic businesses shouldn’t be a trend; it should be a lifestyle. Here are some shops to support:

Accessorize indigenous:

Abalone shell jewelry

Assinewe jewelry

Second aura


Angela design co

Decorate indigenous:

(crystals, candles, and everything in between on Instagram)

@native love notes


@faith in crystals

Wear indigenous:

(but remember to appreciate culture not appropriate!)






and for more check articles like



American Indian affairs organization

American Indian movement

White Earth Land Recovery Project

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