Supporting safe and healthy Indigenous communities that embody love, connectedness and enact ancestral knowledge to enhance our Peoples future.
At Wingbeat 88, we take on an uncharted endeavor to organize our Diné relatives through our ancestral clan groups. We do this to address, support and develop balanced and sound leadership and advocacy for all our Diné relations (both human and non-human) beginning very specifically in the following communities:
These specific communities experience high rates of injustice with the least amount of qualitative and quantitative data to answer simple questions as to why these communities are neglected and not heavily and continuously studied from traditional Diné perspectives. Through critical fabulation, together as a community, we can assess shared stories and implement new ways to provide immediate and long-term resolve as we walk through these challenges in real time. But, how do we come together to formulate the right subjective (cosmological/philosophical) and objective (scientific/observational) questions to revitalize ancestral ways of existing and thriving?
Our way is to support our Diné communities through #KinshipOrganizing while developing the Hózhǫ́ Ntéskees Learning Lab, a digital repository and learning lab to support our paths as Nihook’aa Dine’e Bila’ Ashdlaa’ii, five fingered beings.
Join us in this exciting venture as we connect, share, and revitalize our ancestral ways of kinship care guided by love and story sharing to effectuate meaningful healing and authentic purpose.