Kim Gordon, Fleet Foxes, TV on the Radio, More Support Masks to Benefit Indigenous Communities

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Janice Headley

Kim Gordon, Fleet Foxes, TV On The Radio, and Lucy Dacus are just a few of the many artists who have stepped up in support for NOISE FOR NOW and Seeding Sovereignty's mask campaign, benefitting American Indigenous communities and reproductive justice organizations impacted by COVID-19.

As the website explains, "With each purchase of the NOISE FOR NOW X SEEDING SOVEREIGNTY Mask, one mask will be donated to the Indigenous Impact Community Care Initiative for distribution to the pueblos and reservations most impacted at this time AND cash donations will be made to Seeding Sovereignty and to abortion funds serving indigenous and undocumented people (Indigenous Women Rising and Mariposa Fund)."

“The number of reasons to support Indigenous efforts is the same as the number of souls who inhabit the world,” Fiona Apple said in a press release. “White gluttony tried to kill off the very people who understood the language of the land. We chose to be owners instead of guardians, and we became a cancer. If we want to survive, we must support Indigenous efforts.”

Additional artists who support this campaign include Cat Power, Grizzly Bear, Dirty Projectors, Real EstateDavid Pajo, Deerhoof, Half Waif, Holly Miranda, and Laura Burhenn (Mynabirds).

Pre-order your masks here.


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