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IndigiLOVE Campaign

IndigiLOVE is a campaign designed by tribal youth to spread positivity, share self-care tips, build mental strength, and encourage youth to reach out for help when needed.

Through honest poetry, filmmaking, and visual art, IndigiLOVE offers valuable lessons about self-care, effectively managing our mental health, and reaching out for help.

Self-care. 

It looks different for everyone, but self-care is key for taking care of ourselves. How do you practice self-care?

Managing our mental health. 

Showing compassion towards yourself and learning healthy ways to cope can have a big impact. Learn more.

Reaching out for help. 

Asking for help when you need it is self-love. Let’s talk about getting support.

Collage of youth artwork created by Corey Begay

 

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Hello Auntie, call me E. I am a convert to Judaism, but have become fascinated by native cultures and beliefs. My question is if and when a native "prays" to something other than the creator, does that constitute an act of worship? Thank you.

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