RESOURCE LIST

Native Resources

Seattle Rep acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of the Coast Salish people, including the Duwamish People past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with indigenous communities, but serves as a first step in honoring the land we are on. Read more about our land acknowledgement.

Support and get involved with our growing resource list of action items, Native-led organizations, and educational materials. We will continue to update this list and engage our community with action in this urgent and vital work.

Seattle Rep is starting open dialogues with local Native communities to find ways that we can support and highlight in authentic and non-colonial ways. If you would be willing to share your insight or open up a dialogue with us, please contact Nabra Nelson.

Updated 8/24/2021  

We welcome and encourage suggestions for this list. Please contact us to submit additional resources.

 

Table of Contents

Donate & Get Involved

Make Your Voice Heard

Learn & Take Action

Support Native-Owned Businesses

Mental Health & Wellness Resources

Social Media Resources

Seattle Rep's Spaces & More for Native Artists

 

Donate & Get Involved

Local Tribes

Duwamish Tribe 

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe 

Tulalip Tribes 

The Puyallup Tribe of Indians 

Snoqualmie Tribe 

Chinook Nation

The Snohomish Tribe of Indians 

Native-Led Cultural Organizations

IllumiNative

Real Rent Duwamish 

Chief Seattle Club 

Red Eagle Soaring 

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation 

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center Daybreak Star Center

Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center 

ɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House 

Urban Native Education Alliance 

Na’Illahee Fund 

The Children of the Setting Sun Productions 

*Native Works by Chief Seattle Club

 

Make Your Voice Heard

Federal Recognition for the Duwamish Tribe

Learn & Take Action

A List of Native Theaters and Theatermakers 

Honor Native Land: A Guide and Call to Acknowledgement 

Interactive map of Native lands 

Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State (curriculum) 

National Congress of American Indians: COVID-19 Resources for Indian Country 

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women 

Seattle Public Library (Re)Imagine Indigenous Theater Panel Reading List

indigenizing arts education

Support Native-Owned Businesses

Local

Eighth Generation 

Heritage Distilling

Mental Health & Wellness Resources

One Sky Center

Strong Hearts Native Helpline

Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

Social Media Resources

IllumiNative: Read Books by Indigenous LGBTQ2S Writers

So Informed: BIPOC Mental Health Month 

So Informed: BIPOC Mental Health Month, Part 2

Seattle Rep's Spaces & More for Native Artists

  • Seattle Rep offers free tickets for Native individuals to see our shows. To request complimentary tickets, contact Nabra Nelson.
  • Seattle Rep provides our PONCHO Forum space for free (when available) for any Native groups. If you would like to inquire about using our space please contact Nabra Nelson.
  • Native organizations are provided space on our lobby Resource Table for each of our shows. If you would like to have information about your organization or tribe in our lobby this season please contact Nabra Nelson or drop off your materials any time during business hours (Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) at Seattle Rep's reception desk at: 540 Warren Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109.
  • We are looking for Native visual artists to feature in our lobby! If you are an interested artist, please fill out our Art Walk Contact Form.