Courtesy of Elizabeth

From DIGITIZE (by Elizabeth) – Navigating academia as an Indigenous PhD student at the University of Washington has been a testament to resilience, determination, and the transformative power of community.

This summer will mark our fourth annual summer web development workshop “How to Look Cool Online”, a workshop to help students with little or no coding experience overcome fears of coding to create their own online platforms for self-expression!

Highlight the various parts of your organization that make it shine, raise awareness for your events and resources, and connect with other communities. Fill out our form with your organizational details and needs!

Jarrette Werk / Underscore News

From Underscore (by Nika Bartoo-Smith) – Mikaela Shafer’s dreamlike exhibit, “Matrilineal Memory”, is on display at Portland’s Center for Native Arts and Cultures on May 31 and June 6.

A view from atop a hill overlooking a cloudy lake surrounded by forest and hills with the caption "Land Acknowledgement"
Mount Storm King, Washington, USA
(Brenda Rodriguez/EchoX)

All of us at EchoX deeply believe in the value of being in connection with one another, our communities, and the land that nourishes us all. In a culture of xenophobia, othering, bigotry, and racism, we stand against hate in all its forms—regardless of who it targets.

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