Our Healing Hub and Wiisagi Ma’iingan are at it again! Each year, as individuals, we’ve organized to purchase Christmas gifts for our local community youth. This year, we want to do more! With your support, we dare to raise $60,000 for our elders and youth.
Three selected communities in South Dakota, New Jersey, and Puerto Rico will be recipients of your support. Our fundraising efforts will include a 24 Live Twitter Winter Relief Fundraiser & Auction featuring Artists, Musicians, NFT projects, Community Elders and healers, joyful expression, dance sessions, and so much more.
Our fundraising will directly purchase food, winter resources, Christmas gifts, diapers and formula, and to provide roof and home repair for elders impacted by the hurricanes.
We are also looking for artists, musicians, and poets who may be interested in speaking to their work or being highlighted during the event!
*We are prioritizing highlighting artists from historically marginalized communities.*
To fill out an artist form, visit: https://bit.ly/WinterReliefArt
Llamando a todo los artistas interesados en subastar su trabajo con ingresos adicionales para beneficiár la Colecta de Fondos de Ayuda de Invierno.
También estamos buscando artistas, músicos y poetas que están interesados en hablar sobre su trabajo o ser destacados durante el evento.
*Estamos priorizando destacar artistas de comunidades historicamenté marginadas.*
Artistas queriendo participar en el evento, por favor de visitar: https://bit.ly/WinterReliefArt
Our Healing Hub:
Our Healing Hub is a community hub that offers wellness to those who are racially marginalized or historically “othered” by mainstream wellness. The exploration from Our Healing Hub includes free weekly classes and monthly guest teacher highlights to broaden the community’s opportunity to learn from a variety of teachers and practices.
Wiisagi Ma’iingan, aka A is a queer, Anishinaabe artist, speaker, and non-traditional educator. They facilitate workshops for decolonization in the classroom, presentations for elementary-aged students, and host spaces regularly to highlight Indigenous artists. They are active in boots-on-the-ground community work and support to create a brighter world for future generations.