Native Movement, a well-funded, radical LGBTQ activist organization, is looking to hire a “gender justice and healing organizer” to employ “creative strategies” in advancing LGBTQ ideology among Alaska Native communities.

Native Movement formed in 2003 as a nonprofit to promote Marxist ideas about wealth and land redistribution, the dismantling private property ownership and LGBTQ dogma in Native communities. It also pushes extreme environmentalist views such as the Green New Deal and attacks traditional views of human sexuality while embracing critical race theory.

Last year, the group helped organize an explicit drag queen show for toddlers and children at the Alaska Native Heritage Center and also premiered a film at the Anchorage Museum with the goal of introducing LGBTQ themes into Alaska Native cultures.

Now, Native Movement aims to hire an organizer whose main duties will be to utilize Alaska Native storytelling traditions to promote “intersectionality, especially LGBTQ2S and Indigenous identities.”

The overarching purpose of the position is to create “liberating spaces for Indigenous LGBTQ2S peoples through narrative strategies and applied values,” a job notice states.

The multi-million-dollar non-profit is supported by governmental and private grants.

Native Movement represents one of the leading organizations working to infiltrate traditional Alaska Native communities with radical leftist ideas regarding family, sexual identity, abortion and critical race theory.

The new employment notice states that the gender justice organizer job includes “greater than average paid time off, including ‘Harvest’ and ‘Ceremony/Spiritual’ leave and ample paid holidays,” as well as work-free Fridays in which employees can spend the day working on personal “wellness.”

“Native Movement work and community spaces are generally matriarchal, welcoming, and informal,” the job post states, adding that “indigenous, black, people of color, single parents trans and gender expansive people, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.”

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Activist group wants ‘gender justice’ organizer to push LGBTQ dogma in Alaska Native cultures

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.