The Tribal Trust Foundation – Grandmother/Elder Fellowship fund, administered by Women’s Voices Project founder Susan Stark Christianson, offers an important new way to provide support to traditional grandmothers and indigenous elders. The Fellowship’s aim is to provide assistance to traditional grandmothers and elders to enable them to continue to provide their spiritual, social, educational, cultural […]
The Tribal Trust Foundation donated to the silent auction and supported the EOP American Indian cultural resource center at UCSB benefiting the American Indian scholarship fund. Any initiatve to help the indigenous TTF proudly supports! If you have an initiative, please submit it!
It was a pivotal year for the Tribal Trust Foundation as we support indigenous culture that is rooted in environmental stewardship and cultural sustainability. Indigenous people are being evicted, displaced, disenfranchised, and even killed – forced to leave their traditional homelands; forced to abandon their millennia-old ways of life. Meanwhile, in the “First World,” people […]
The San Bushmen are the oldest indigenous culture on earth. This video trailer sponsored by the TTF offers an incredible and unique look into their lives and their struggles.
The Maya Project is a collaborative effort to bring recognition and awareness of the Mayan culture to the outside world, and to recognize how their troubles are our troubles.
The Tribal Trust’s “Mbuti: Children of the Forest” video is an award-winning documentary about the aboriginal people of the Congo and their struggle for survival.