“Those of us who are Native, Asian, Hispanic or African American, we have been taught white studies since we were in the first grade. The only way to develop a stronger, better country is if we know ourselves.”
Wayne J. Stein, Montana State
Wisdom Keepers, Inc., is a 501-c-3 educational organization dedicated to creating culturally and historically accurate educational programs and resources on indigenous cultures from the People of those cultures rather than about the cultures.
We encourage you to take a moment and look around! New visitors and old friends (registered site members) alike can stop by our Gift Shop where you can purchase copies of our resource materials and limited edition, collectible event patches. Visit About WKI or our FAQ section to learn more about our organization. Links in “Opportunity Knocks” will lead you to information about volunteer opportunities, an invitation specifically for like-minded nonprofits, and information on how you can join the Friends of WKI.” Take a peek in our archives for past articles published on our home page, and visit our public resources in our “Quick Links” section like Native Way Cookbook or one of our events like Southern Exposure.
If you’re not a registered site member, take a moment to sign up! It’s free and easy and gives you access to “Indigenous News Links” including live webcast radio, and our ever growing “Reference Library.” As a registered site member, you’ll also have the ability to comment on articles, post in our forums, exchange private messages with other site members, and manage all your e-mail accounts through our WebMail option.
We hope you’ll enjoy your visit and hope you’ll decide to come back often!
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