Representation Matters: Indigenous Creators and Activists to Follow

Cameron Katz

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November 23, 2022

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Representation matters because it takes just one person to become the next generation’s inspiration. Representation builds community and nothing is more powerful than what we can do when we join forces. For Native American Heritage month, here are a few content creators everyone should know about. Read through this blog and check out each content creator’s social media platform. Don’t forget to follow, subscribe, and leave a like on their posts!

Michelle Chubb

Mozart Gabriel

Braden Kadlun Johnston

Niłtooli Wilkins


All photos courtesy of subjects.

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Cameron Katz

Cameron Katz

Social Media Intern

Cameron is a Social Media Intern based in Atlanta, GA who is passionate about using storytelling, creativity, great research, and a bit of humor to help others take action and understand the world a little better. She recently graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in English Creative Writing and a B.A. in History.

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