Indigenous To Indigenous
Connecting Indigenous Communities Around the World
From Canada to New York, Puerto Rico to Morocco, from Ghana and Botswana to Greenland, and Iceland, Australia, Lapland and the Philippines, within mostly every country on every continent there still exists groups of people and communities who for centuries have etched out their living within their unique geographic regions, building unique cultures, and many of which have remained remarkably the same to this day. 

The indigenous communities of the world offer invaluable insight into human psychology, the diminishing relationships between humankind, natural environments and also unique cultural customs which are quickly being replaced.

While our Indigenous To Indigenous program is by no means salvage anthropology, the ID Inc. team is working towards building bridges between members of indigenous communities in a wholesome way in which they can develop an awareness about other indigenous cultures and systems of maintenance.

ID Inc. encourages correspondence between indigenous community members around the world and works steadily to incorporate the basic tenants of cultural sensitivity towards each cultural community into which we are welcomed.

Visiting artists, craftspeople, musicians, students and professors alike  are welcome to contribute to our online content.

Complete the form below to get involved in this unique cultural exchange.

I to I Newsletter coming soon!

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Resources For Members Of Indigenous Communities
              Partnering with Indigenous Peoples to Defend their Lands, Languages and Cultures 

Established to Serve the Needs of the American Indian Community

We are the New York Indian Council, Inc., a private, non-profit agency that promotes the social, economic, and cultural well-being of all tribal commWe are the New York Indian Council, Inc., a private, non-profit agency that promotes the social, economic, and cultural well-being of all tribal communities in New York.  We are here to meet the needs of today’s American Indian families, and to serve as a center for cultural, historical, and social exchange. unities in New York.  We are here to meet the needs of today’s American Indian families, and to serve as a center for cultural, historical, and social exchange.



For over thirty years Joseph Bruchac has been creating poetry, short stories, novels, anthologies and music that reflect his Abenaki Indian heritage and Native American traditions.

   He is the author of more than 120 books for children and adults. The best selling Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children and others of his “Keepers” series, with its remarkable integration of science and folklore, continue to receive critical acclaim and to be used in classrooms throughout the country.


Photograph by Michael Greenlar

Thomas R. Porter (Sakokwenionkwas-“The One Who Wins”) has been the founder, spokesperson and spiritual leader of the Mohawk Community of Kanatsiohareke (Ga na jo ha lay gay) located in the Mohawk Valley near Fonda, New York since 1993. 

He is a member of the Bear Clan of the Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne.  (Akwesasne, also known as the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation, straddles the New York State/Canadian border near Massena, New York.) 

Mr. Porter organized the “White Roots of Peace”, a traveling multi-media communications group designed to revitalize Native traditions and beliefs in North America.  He was the main speaker and lectured for the group at various universities and colleges all over the United States and Canada.
Photograph by Michael Greenlar
Amazing Amazigh Musicians
Biography of NBA SAGHRU Band

Mellab born in a small village in southeastern Morocco, M'bark Oularbi discovered a passion for the arts: painting and guitar playing from a young age. When his aptitude ability to communicate brought him into contact with other artists , his musical ideas moved forward. Influenced by artists such as Idir, Bob Dylan and others. He began composing his first Morceaux.

Singing with friends, singing at school and performing for associations and cultural events at his university helped M'bark share his musical talents.

A few years later, and subsequently 2007 2008 and 2009, the explosion do with "Muha", "Tilelli" and "Message to Obama" with his new group SAGHRU.Une façcon to express their feelings and that it is clean and one knows the day with the birth of AMUN Style.
Gite "Ait Daoud"
Association Atlas
Morocco

ID Identifying Discourse Inc. is an environmentally friendly team!
Save trees and paper by communicating with us via email
Our Supporters and other great Indigenous Organizations
New York Indian Council Inc.
Smithsonian National Museum of The American Indian
Gustave Heye Center/NYC
Tooties' Last Suit  explores the wonderful culture of African Americans, the indigenous peoples of the North American Continent, the Cajuns from Accadiana and the history, the struggle, the progress and the development  of the Black Indians and their Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Special permission granted to ID Identifying Discourse Inc. by filmmaker Lisa Katzman, 
Interesting video on the history of Southern Spain and Morocco.
Help Protect Iceland's Wilderness

"Our goal is to establish a national park in Iceland's Highlands, to protect what is the largest area of untouched wilderness in Europe."

Help us at ID Inc. advocate for Iceland's' untouched wilderness. Read the petition below and watch the video with Andri Snaer and Bjork on the protection of the Icelandic Highlands.

Bjork- A Great Friend of Nature and a Dear Heart.

 

Meeting Bjork in London on Portabello Road in the 90's, and also in NYC, has gifted me with insight into how powerful our collective work for nature has to be, and how great the potential to bring together concerned and informed community members around important environmental issues. Important issues that not only affect the short and long term health of areas of wilderness, yet that also affect humankind. 


Through projects like the "Protect the Park," we witness how important it is for the global community to advocate for sustainable  and Eco -responsible systems of maintenance within all natural environments.

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