"Let’s empower indigenous voices as one, and show the world we stand with our brothers and sisters in stopping injustices."
Maria Tiupul According to Maria, in her community many young people reject their traditions and do not want to learn Quechua because of the threat of social exclusion. Together we can change the paradigm, preserve cultural diversity, empower indigenous youth with the knowledge of their ancestors and make them proud of who they are!
Ranu Rai and Sony Rai
Sisters Ranu Rai and Sony Rai represent Kirat Rai Society of America. They take a selfie to show that they support #I4Indigenous and stand together with indigenous youth from around the world.