Do Some Good this #GivingTuesday with IC Magazine!

 

As the world’s foremost international Indigenous rights newsroom, we go to extraordinary lengths to cover Indigenous Peoples defending nature. This kind of fearless journalism has never been more important; but we cannot do it alone! Here’s 4 ways you can support IC this #GivingTuesday

1. Become a Patron of nonprofit journalism.

For as little as $1 per month, you can join a growing number of people who recognize the importance of nonprofit investigative journalism. As a Patron, you’ll get many great gifts and opportunities, including a copy of our book, “Everyday Acts of Resurgence”!

Become a Patron!

2. Share our work with your friends and relatives.

Make sure your families, friends, communities and the organizations you love know that IC is here! Our articles can help to inform, inspire, challenged and strengthen the good work they’re doing.

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3. Support our work with a donation.

Led by journalists and academics of Indigenous descent, we are currently putting all our effort into becoming a sustainable and fully-staffed nonprofit newsroom. Your kind-hearted generosity will make this possible.

IC is a publication of the Center for World Indigenous Studies (cwis.org), a registered 501(C)3 based in the United States.

4. Volunteer With Us.

If you want to join the ranks of IC, we’re currently looking for volunteer editors, bloggers, grant writers and filmmakers. Contact us to learn more!

We're fighting for our lives

Indigenous Peoples are putting their bodies on the line and it's our responsibility to make sure you know why. That takes time, expertise and resources - and we're up against a constant tide of misinformation and distorted coverage. By supporting IC you're empowering the kind of journalism we need, at the moment we need it most.

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IC is a publication of the Center for World Indigenous Studies (cwis.org), a 501C(3) based in the United States