The Grassroots Fund has awarded the Indigenous Peoples Network a 2023 Grow Grant. The funding will be used to support the Indigenous Roots Forever Food Sovereignty Program, led by Musquant Nompashim Netas, leader of the Ninigret Nehantick Nahaganset Clan. The New England Grassroots Environment Fund, Inc, (Grassroots Fund) was founded in 1996 as a funder’s […]
Indigenous People’s Network (IPN) is a grassroots, community based, native organization working to improve the quality of life of All people.
Our educational programs & projects are a new approach towards economic, social and cultural development.
We perpetuate the Native cultural way of life by preserving the wisdom, knowledge & understanding of our holistic culture.
Our areas of focus
Land of The Indigenous
IPN strives to restore and maintain the Native Aboriginal Indigenous cultural way of life traditionally established by the original inhabitants of Turtle Island (AMERICA as the colonizers call it), the Native-Aboriginal-Indigenous people.
Over the past year we have assimilated and distributed enormous amounts of information to the Native-Aboriginal-Indigenous people in the community, as well as the general public. We continue to stimulate society by providing educational material consistent with our mission.
Protect, restore and preserve cultural, historic, and sacred sites of Native-Aboriginal-Indigenous people through cultural traditional values, incorporating the highest environmental standards & technologies.
The Pocasset Wampanoag Tribe of the Pokanoket Nation-Watuppa Reservation/Turtle Clan Village is the only one of its kind.
A land base, for the development of a sovereign independent Nation, created to insure with due respect to the Native-Aboriginal-Indigenous people, their political, economic, social and educational advancement, and just treatment.
In the past, Natives believed that when you give thanks first, everything else will follow. IPN is focused on that, Trust once embraced by the native culture through the Values of Native Aboriginal Indigenous people.
Health Care and Cultural Survival advocates for Indigenous Peoples’ rights and supports Indigenous communities’ self-determination, on their own healing practices and cultures.
Health Care and Cultural Survival envisions a future that respects and honors Indigenous Peoples’ inherent rights and dynamic cultures, deeply and richly interwoven in lands, languages, spiritual traditions, religions and healing beliefs and ceremonies and artistic expression, rooted in self-determination and self-governance.
IPN is in solidarity with Standing Rock #NoDAPL and other indigenous struggles.
IPN takes a holistic approach to cultural preservation.