Krystal Curley is from a small town of Gallup, New Mexico which is known to most people as the “Indian Capital of the World''. Ms. Curley is a Navajo Nation tribal member and also represents both Spanish and Mexican descent.
Growing up Ms. Curley always knew she was born to help her Navajo people. She has been actively involved in improving her community since the tender age of 14 years old. Her training background ranges from underage drinking prevention, suicide prevention, media literacy, and anti-racism.
Ms. Curley has a B.F.A in Film Production from Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Combining both community engagement and filmmaking experience she is able to bring awareness to indigenous issues like alcoholism, mental health, environmental racism, and intergenerational trauma.
Indigenize has been to over dozens of school districts from Montana to Pinon AZ promoting his artistic expression through hip-hop music. Indigenize is a Navajo Rap Artist from the Southern Navajo Nation. He's lyrics and message are for healing and knowledge gaining. He's Navajo clans are Kin’yaa’aannii (Towering House), Kin’ Lichnii, (Red House), Naakai (Mexican), and Honaghaanii (One who walks around).
Through this music he is able to help protect sacred sites and indigenous rights from Alaska to Mauna Kea to NYC to Bay Area California.
ALL of our Board Members are INDIGENOUS WOMXN from the Navajo Nation.
President | Quetrah Anderson
Vice President | **Position needs to be Filled
Treasurer/Secretary | Loren Gray