Promoting the voices and visions of Indigenous Peoples
With 50 years of experience working with Indigenous Peoples and building a robust global network, we recognize firsthand the importance of Indigenous media and communications. Indigenous-produced programming strengthens Indigenous Peoples’ capacity to claim their rights and enables access to essential information and broadcasting in Indigenous languages that ensure widespread understanding and cultural continuity. Cultural Survival’s communications have been a stronghold for many years and connect Peoples, movements, organizations, and others through storytelling across landscapes, waterways, and issue areas both locally and globally. Through our communications, we work to build awareness, reclaim the narrative, and shift paradigms, consciousness, and agency.
Cultural Survival’s communications strategy strives to directly uplift and amplify Indigenous Peoples’ voices and visions through the following media platforms: our Indigenous Community Media Program, our award-winning Cultural Survival Quarterly magazine; Indigenous Rights Radio; podcasts; our website and database of articles from 47 years of publishing on Indigenous issues; webinars; social media; and more.