Pagans & Politics: The Power of Pagan Activism

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Adopt a Native Elder

One of my favorite organizations is Adopt a Native Elder. For $200/year you can "adopt" a Navajo elder and help supply them with critically needed goods and supples. You can also form a relationship with them. 

The elders are in dire poverty yet hold the wisdom of the tribe. They create beautiful traditional handmade rugs which they sell in a big show in March. If you can't afford the $200, you can donate in smaller amounts to help supply the materials needed to create the rugs. This contributes to the amelioration of poverty and supports an Indigenous tradition going far into the past.

Check it out!

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Cairril Adaire is a solitary Celtic Witch and lapsed Discordian. She is the founder of Our Freedom: A Coalition for Pagan Civil Rights. She is an entrepreneur and also a professional musician with the world music ensemble Kaia. She blogs at  


  • Meredith Everwhite
    Meredith Everwhite Monday, 11 March 2019

    Thank you so, so much for sharing this information. I cannot wait to be able to get involved, this is definitely a serious goal now.

  • Cairril Adaire
    Cairril Adaire Monday, 11 March 2019

    Glad you liked it! While I was hunting around their website, I found 3 different ways to give, so there should be something for you!

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