Women standing with first raised next to painting on a pillar next to a river with two people in indigenous face paint and slogan t-shirts

August 9, 2021

Today is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Join us today, on International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, as we celebrate and uplift nine incredible Indigenous women leaders from across the world who have made significant contributions to Indigenous rights and guardianship.


Siff and Nia Tero Present Cinedigenous Summer Film Series

August 1, 2021

Nia Tero and SIFF Present the cINeDIGENOUS Summer Film Series

Nia Tero and SIFF are thrilled to present the first-ever cINeDIGENOUS Summer Film & Drive-In Series! The series is part of the year-round cINeDIGENOUS program launched earlier this year.


Group of farmers standing in a field

July 14, 2021

Picking berries and building power with Indigenous farmworkers


A community of Indigenous Mixteco and Triqui farmworkers were displaced from their homelands and are now organizing to challenge the exploitive work conditions they face in the United States.


Portrait of a women using chisel to do wood work on a round block

June 11, 2021

Pacific Northwest Art Fellow - Jennifer Angaiak Wood (Yup'ik)

The Nia Tero Pacific Northwest Arts Fellowship uplifts the work and personal stories of the remarkable Indigenous artists who live and work in the vibrant arts scenes surrounding Nia Tero's backyard.


Rosalie Fish in competition running gear with a red hand painted on her face

June 2, 2021

Spotlight: Not Invisible - Native Women on the Frontlines


This week, Seedcast is doing something a little different. We’re sharing an episode of the podcast “Not Invisible: Native Women on the Frontlines” by our friends and partners at Red House Project.


Portrait of Inye Wokoma

May 19, 2021

Rooting and re-humanizing in the African diaspora with Inye Wokoma


Guest host Felipe Contreras talks with artist, journalist, filmmaker, and co-founder of Wa Na Wari Inye Wokoma (Kalabari/African-American) about what it means to be Indigenous and part of a diaspora.