Indigenous Futures Survey – Open until 1/31/22


W3R-US is reaching out to Native Americans along the trail to see what stories they would like to share about their heroes and their peoples’ involvement with the March to Yorktown during the American Revolution.

Our purpose is to tell how “We the People” – all of our people –  contributed to the eventual victory. Beyond those of military and naval leaders, many stories have yet to be told. Do you know how the American Revolution impacted your ancestors? Where were they when “the shot heard around the world” was fired? What was their role in the journey to Yorktown?  How were they impacted?

Ours is an  effort to look to the past with open eyes, but this survey gives the chance for your voice to be heard about the future. If you are a Native American, we ask that you participate in this survey. If you have Native American friends, please ask them to take the survey and promote it through their social media channels.

Native peoples are invited to take the survey before January 31, 2022. This is your chance to make sure your voice, perspectives, and opinions on critical issues are present in conversations about the future of this country. You can also enter to win 1 of 12 $100 gift cards for Native-owned businesses.

The Indigenous Futures Survey (IFS) is a multi-year Native-led research project designed to illuminate the authentic experiences, systemic challenges, and priority issues of Native peoples today.

Click here for more info and to take the survey!

Share this Article
Related Posts
Related Posts

Second Annual Rochambeau Festival Resounding Success! Washington Rochambeau Revolutionary Route – New York’s (W3R-NY) first half signature event, Rochambeau Festival,...

On June 9th, W3R-DE President Bill Conley coordinated a ceremony at Mt. Zion Church in Newark, Delaware honoring the unsung...

Three graduate students met with W3R-DE leaders Peg Tigue and Bill Conley in the new Village Welcome Center before their...