Welcome to our crowd-sourced database of Indigenous knowledge, resources, and content, curated through an Indigenous cultural lens. With this digital platform, we aim to connect & reclaim the living culture of many diverse Indigenous nations and communities.
Curated by a Wise Council, our focus is on digital re-matriation for gathering and sharing traditional and ancestral knowledge, as a living culture and way of life.
The time is now to give digital voice to our identity, history, ways of knowing, language, culture, traditions, and practices. Here is our opportunity to be a part of an evolving story and a living archive.
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Start here to browse the wide range of Indigenous cultural information available. As the first crowd-sourced digital encyclopedia of Indigenous knowledge, Indigipedia submissions cover everything from ancestral stories to influential community members to cooking, and everything in between.
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The Ohen:ton Karihwatehkwen | The Words That Come Before All Else
In the News
How exciting is it that we were featured in the Toronto Star?
The Indigipedia team is grateful for the opportunity to spread the word about this project, and we appreciate the Toronto Star for such great coverage!
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