14 Indigenous-owned online business to support

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here at amuslimwomansblog I believe in inclusivity and boosting the voices of all minority communities, and supporting Indigenous businesses can be a step towards just that so without further or due here are some Indigenous-owned online businesses to support and buy from.

Anne Mulaire
https://annemulaire.ca/

https://annemulaire.ca/

 annemulaire is an Indigenous-owned online business, a Métis Fashion brand, the Métis are, is an ethnic group that is half French and half Native American.

Anne Mulaire or Andréanne Mulaire Dandeneau was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba Winnipeg French quarter. and is the great-great-great-granddaughter of Catherine Mulaire, who was born in 1843. Catherine Mulaire was the daughter of a Voyageur and the first rural Métis teacher in the Red River Settlement, Catherine was an accomplished seamstress whose embroidery continues to inspire the designs of Anne Mulaire.

Andréanne was raised by her parents to embrace her Ojibwe and French Métis heritage, to respect all people, and to love the planet, these principles that still guide her as a businesswoman and a designer. (https://annemulaire.ca/pages/history)

https://shop.beyondbuckskin.com/

Beyond Buckskin Boutique — Home
https://shop.beyondbuckskin.com/

beyondbuckskin is a Indigenous owned online store based in North Dakota Beyond Buckskin was launched in 2009 by Jessica R. Metcalfe Turtle Mountain Chippewa as a website dedicated to showcasing and promoting Indigenous artists and designers In 2012, the original blog website expanded including a online boutique, this boutique is rooted in activism and a desire to share Indigenous culture with the world through fashion. Beyond Buckskin goal is advancing creative small businesses located throughout rural and urban communities by providing an online store where customers can connect with Native American fashion designers and jewelry artists beyondbuckskin currently work with over 40 individual artists and small businesses to get their incredible and unique work out to a broader audience. (https://shop.beyondbuckskin.com/about)

they provide jewelry and apparel.

Eighth Generation
https://eighthgeneration.com/

https://eighthgeneration.com/pages/about-us

Eighth Generation Indigenous-owned online store based in Seattle and is an art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. It was founded in 2008 when Louie Gong (Nooksack) an artist, activist, and educator widely known for merging traditional Coast Salish art with influences from his urban environment to make strong statements about identity had started customizing shoes in his living room. Now the first Native-owned company to ever produce wool blankets — with a flagship retail store in Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market — Eighth Generation is a proud participant in the global economy. (https://eighthgeneration.com/pages/about-us)

they provide jewelry, apparel, home décor, towels emal pins, bags, notebooks etc

Trickster Company
https://trickstercompany.com/collections/new

trickstercompany is a Indigenous owned store that is based in the city of JuneauAlaska

owned design shop founded by siblings Rico and Crystal Worl with the goal to promote unique indigenous design they focus on northeast coastal art and explore themes and issues in native culture and strive to represent prestigious lineage of art in fresh and energetic ways as a celebration of Northwest Coast culture and are active advocates of diversity in community and work to promote diversity in civic engagement. (https://trickstercompany.com/pages/about-us)

they provide customers with stylish and unique apparel, accessories beautiful jewelry, Home Goods, stationeries books prints and stickers

https://byellowtail.com/

Indigenously Designed for All.– B.YELLOWTAIL
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byellowtail is a Indigenous-owned online fashion store, their clothing is designed in-house by Bethany yellowtali. (https://byellowtail.com/pages/who-are-we), they offer customers beautiful jewelry and unique clothing.

OXDX Clothing
https://www.oxdxclothing.com/

oxdxclothing is a Diné owned fashion label based in downtown Tempe, Arizona they offer unique designs that represent native people their also work to bring indigenous issues to light through their artwork (https://www.oxdxclothing.com/)

Hiptipico Ethical Fashion Brand and Guatemala Textile Sourcing Company
https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hiptipico.com%2F&psig=AOvVaw2aYLaKbyXZoUf-Gg621YAA&ust=1614845929242000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=2ahUKEwiDu42B2JPvAhVLYqwKHZ3JCoEQr4kDegUIARChAg

The name Hiptipico came from the Spanish word, “tipico,” which is the traditional clothing worn by the indigenous Maya people in Guatemala, Hiptipico is an ethical fashion brand based in Panajachel, Guatemala showcasing Maya artisans and their handmade creations. Every Hiptipico item is thoughtfully handcrafted by indigenous communities, using high-quality sustainable materials. (thttps://www.hiptipico.com/pages/our-story)

hiptipico offers face masks straps oufs acceories

Totem Design House
https://www.totemdesignhouse.com/collections

Totem Design House is an eco-friendly Indigenous family owned and operated company since 2015 The initial inception of Totem Design House began in 2006, when Erin Brillon (Haida/Cree), tired of the typical Northwest Coast art t-shirts, decided to start a contemporary clothing and home décor brand utilizing her artist/carver brother Jesse Brillon’s Haida designs. Fast forward to 2014, through her work coordinating with Indigenous Youth empowerment programs, Erin began learning the art of screen-printing with her daughter Marlo, who was then 14 years old. The three began collaborating to create unique hand-printed silkscreen shirts. In 2016, Andy Everson, a renowned Northwest Coast artist and cultural leader from K’omoks First Nation joined Totem Design House. Erin and Andy, as life partners and creative collaborators, along with Jesse and Marlo, are working to expand Totem Design House as a locally made, artist-produced, one-stop-shop for authentic Indigenous-made products. (totemdesignhouse.com/pages/our-story)

totemdesignhouse offers unique jewelry, home goods, and Apparel.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/MosnukheNomp

Mosnukhe Nomp is an Indigenous owned online store based in Mebane, North Carolina by and ran by Crissy Cavay, who is a member of The Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation.

MosnukheNomp provides customers with apparel, key chains, kitchen accessories, car accessories panners, jewelry, and decals, and face masks.

Kaycee’s Handmade is a Indigenous owned online store based in Texas and is ran by Kaycee Valdez, who is a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation KayceesHandmade provides custamers with headbands, bows, and beadwork.

LBadoniCreations is an Indigenous-owned online store based in Blue Gap, Arizona. and is ran by Lauren Badoni, LBadoniCreations provides jewelry and phone grips.

sageandsunflowerr Indigenous-owned online store and is based in Las Vegas and is ran by Shilo who identifies as a Paiute Native American. beautiful beaded earrings, beaded PopSockets, stamped quote Bracelets.

Steph Littlebird is an Indigenous American, Two-Spirit artist based in Portland, Oregon. and Las Vegas, Nevada Steph Littlebird is an activist, curator, and writer and is a member of the grand ronde confederated tribes. Steph Littlebird owns Littlebird Studios Online Shop that provides customers with stickers, art, and patches.

Bizaanide’ewin is Indigenous-owned and is based in the Us, ran by Caitlin Newago who is a Member of the Ojibwe tribe, Bizaanideewin offers customers beautiful apparel, tote bags, and mouse pads.

links for other resources for more Indigenous-owned online businesses

https://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/9-ways-decolonize-and-honor-native-peoples-thanksgiving

http://www.project562.com/blog/a-thanksgiving-message-from-seven-amazing-native-americans/

https://eluxemagazine.com/fashion/fashion-brands-by-indigenous-peoples/

https://www.thegoodtrade.com/features/native-owned-brands-to-support-on-indigenous-peoples-day

https://www.thedailybeast.com/check-out-these-native-american-owned-etsy-shops

https://www.thedenizenco.com/journal/10-native-owned-brands-that-you-should-know-about

https://www.soapboxproject.org/journal/shop-native-owned-2020

links on resources on how to better support Indigenous communities

https://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/9-ways-decolonize-and-honor-native-peoples-thanksgiving

https://nonprofitquarterly.org/learning-to-support-indigenous-communities-one-foundations-experience/

https://www.thecut.com/article/how-to-support-native-american-indigenous-communities.html

https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/5-ways-to-support-indigenous-peoples/

https://www.purewow.com/family/native-american-charities

https://blavity.com/how-to-support-indigenous-communities-on-and-beyond-indigenous-peoples-day?category1=news

so what did you think after reading this, let me know in the comments down below.

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