We're a self-funded Indigenous community organizing space in the capitol of the Navajo Nation. Besides creating a safer space to have critical discourse and provide mutual aid towards the health and well-being of Native people, we do everyday actions such as:

+ feeding the unsheltered every Saturday morning
+ host Womxn and femme talking circles.
+ cis-men / masculine-centered talking circles.
+ cooking classes to create healthy meals using indigenous recipes.
+ workshops on information security
+ building a public library regarding indian law, radical indigenous discourse, and Diné Bizaad/Navajo language.
+ and anything else to engage our relatives in a healthy and respectful manner to critically analyze our current situation as Diné (Navajo).

We receive no grants and don't intend to seek a non-profit status since we believe strongly in the autonomy needed to do our work. We are indigenous feminists seeking to rejuvenate and liberate Dinétah (Navajo Territory)!

We are also now able to accept tax-deductible donations thanks to a good relative who has agreed to be our fiscal sponsor. Our goal each year is to reach $5,500.00, which will help pay for most of our annual rent requirements. Anything over our rent payment goal goes towards funding various actions, presenters, and workshops we provide, as well as meeting basic material needs for our collective members who drive many miles to volunteer at the space.

You may still visit our online store, located here