On behalf of Native Children’s Survival we invite and encourage you to take part in our Project Protect Awareness Campaign and bare-witness to one of the most powerful and indomitable movements in history, a global call to consciousness for the restoration of life in balance.

Become a Native Children’s Sutvival Peace Warrior and share your social and environmental advocacy with the world at any of the following Project Protect social media outlets:

facebookFacebook (Native Children Survival)


Twittertwitter (@NCStweets)


YouTubeyoutube (Native Children’s Survival Channel)


Be sure to use the official #NativeChildrensSurvival and #ProjectProtect hash tags in all of your posts, photos and videos.

Additionally, we invite you to visit The World People’s Conference and United Nations websites. Please click on the following links to learn more about the The Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), International Mother Earth Day, World Environment Day, The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), United Nations Frame Work Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) goals to bring people and issues together to promote collective action for a sustainable world:


World People’s Conference: The Rights of Mother Earth



United Nations: Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues



United Nations: International Mother Earth Day



United Nations: World Environment Day



United Nations: The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 



United Nations: Climate Action



United Nations: ECOSOC

UN Global Issues


United Nations: Global Issues

Please join the Movement, get involved, and spread the word!  Your participation, voice, and action are critical for the rights of Mother Earth and all our relations — today, and for future generations.

You can make a financial contribution of any amount to the Project Protect Awareness Campaign
by clicking the “Donate” button below:

‘Ixehe (Thank You), Native Children’s Survival

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