Since 2020, EchoX staff and board members have been curating and expanding our “400 Years After the Mayflower” story map. This interactive resource map highlights articles and videos from across the country which focus on Indigenous histories and arts. You’ll see stories covering Indigenous work on food sovereignty, language revitalization, ecological renewal, and more.

This content is taken from our 2020 and 2021 story map features on Decolonizing Thanksgiving. We have included new content for the 2022 year. Check out the full story map here.

Are you a high school student in Washington State? Are you interested in story-telling? We are excited to announce our Winter 2023 Story Gathering Workshop and our new Fall Social Media Fellow, Isabel. The workshop is a paid workshop opportunity for Washington State high school students to learn journalism skills from communications professionals.

McKayla Lee/Underscore News

From Underscore (by McKayla Lee) – The Center for Indigenous Midwifery is providing culturally centered care for Native families, preserving the traditions of pregnancy and offering education and community support.

A Japanese American family photo

Ichikawa family photo, 1955

From Seattle Front Porch (by Troy Osaki) – “The Seattle Histories storytelling project highlights the places, people, and events that have shaped the history of Seattle’s communities.”

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