Find out how you can support Indigenous businesses and artisans this holiday season at the Wabanaki Winter Market Sunday, December 9 at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono.
More than 200 businesses and organizations that support Wabanaki inherent sovereignty have joined the Wabanaki Alliance Tribal Coalition in the past few months! See the list of members and find out how your organization or business can help advance the work of the Wabanaki Alliance!
Our Year in Review highlights the past year’s accomplishments, events, and actions undertaken by the Wabanaki Alliance and our Coalition of nearly 200 advocacy groups, businesses, and faith-based organizations.
As part of this year’s Native American Heritage Month in November, the Wabanaki Alliance will publish a series of short videos from Wabanaki citizens and supporters from around the state of Maine, talking about the importance of Wabanaki rights and self-determination.
Maine voters overwhelmingly passed Question 6 yesterday, approving the amendment to the Maine Constitution with 74% of the vote. The Maine Constitution will now be printed in full for the first time since 1875.
Editorial pages in newspapers across the state are carrying editorials, guest op-eds, and letters in support of Question 6, demonstrating the broad support of the constitutional amendment to print all of Maine’s constitution, including original tribal treaties that have been omitted from printed versions for more than 100 years.
A rally and march in support of Question 6 that drew more than 200 Wabanaki citizens, Wabanaki Alliance Coalition members, state leaders and other allies garnered state and national media attention.
Use this resource to learn more about tribal sovereignty and the Wabanaki Nations’ inherent right to self-governance and what you can do to support Wabanaki sovereignty.
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