During the month of June, a politically-connected and well-funded radical LGBTQ activist organization plans to double-down in pushing queer dogma among the Alaska Native community.
Native Movement formed in 2003 as a nonprofit to promote Marxist ideas about wealth and land redistribution, the dismantling private property ownership and LGBTQ ideology in Native communities. It also pushes extreme environmentalist views such as the Green New Deal, as well as critical race theory, while attacking traditional views of human sexuality.
For upcoming “Pride Month” the organization plans to host movie screenings in Nome and Fairbanks to celebrate the first openly transgender “woman” to complete the Iditarod. The film, “DEAR KIN,” is a video series that highlights various Indigenous LGBTQ2S+ peoples and identities.
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In 2021, Native Movement 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 traditional Alaska Native cultures.
Last year, the group hired an organizer whose main duties are to utilize Alaska Native storytelling traditions to promote “intersectionality, especially LGBTQ2S and Indigenous identities.”
The multi-million-dollar non-profit is supported by governmental and private grants, becoming one of the leading organizations working to infiltrate traditional Alaska Native communities with leftist notions of family, sexual identity, abortion and critical race theory.
On May 12, Native Movement Board Member Alannah Hurley – who also serves as the Executive Director of the United Tribes of Bristol Bay – was invited to the White House by President Joe Biden to celebrate the president’s controversial environmental policies in Alaska.