Pandos

 

Advocating for Indigenous Sovereignty Across Turtle Island

We Are an All Volunteer Led Group

We aspire to be good relatives.

We are passionate individuals focused on healing ourselves and our communities. Pandos peacefully advocates for basic human and environmental rights, and Indigenous rights. By organizing support and education, we encourage dialogue and the protection of our shared home‚Äč. We are a diverse group of both native and non-native people who are passionate about working together to ensure this mission.

Truth-Telling

Indigenous issues impact everyone. We shift perspective to highlight stories that are not often told to bring about healing.

Visibility

Respond with support to our Indigenous relatives in need by elevating their voices.

Education

Curate space and facilitate dialogue to transform perspective and create a better planet for all.

A Little Bit About Us

We are builders, visionaries, caretakers, weavers, and storytellers.

The way we design our collaborative is through voices of Indigenous people. We have representation from the tribal nations Navajo/Dineh, Oglala Lakota, Arawak, Mayan, Garifuna, Choctaw, Haliwa-Saponi, Hopi, Mexican, Chemehuevi, and Tewa.

Carl Moore

Carl Moore

Visionary

Dave John

Dave John

Builder

Jennifer Boyce

Jennifer Boyce

Board Chair

Michelle Brown

Michelle Brown

Leader

Lindsey Beebe

Lindsey Beebe

Builder

Tom King

Tom King

Builder

Dee Platero

Dee Platero

Builder

Hailey Haffey

Hailey Haffey

Builder

Rashena Hooper

Rashena Hooper

Builder

Leanne Ryebrock

Leanne Ryebrock

Builder

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

We respect all Indigenous ways of knowing. We look forward to building community with you.

435 West 800 South Salt Lake City, Utah

info@pandos.org


Testimonials

I attended a discussion at BYU with PANDOS MMIW+ where I learned about manifest destiny and the Indigenous experience. The discussion enlightened me and opened histories that I never knew about of Indigenous people in the United States. I liked the experience because it was very frank with the facts. They allowed us to ask questions to better understand from our relative cultural perspectives how this history is important and how it has affected generations. The discussion was done in a manner of mutual understanding and not with a feeling of opposition.

Scott Chao

BYU Alumnus

Tell Us Your Experience

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Proud Collaborations

Rocky Mountain Renewable Energy
Rocky Mountain Renewable Energy

Learn More About What We Do

We are a diverse group and appreciate all talents. One day we may meet with political leaders, and the next, make breakfast for our Unsheltered Relatives. See our work in action and learn about our most urgent community issues.

Our Focus Areas

Read Our Latest Posts

May 5th, 2021 MMIW+ Utah Day of Remembrance

In honor Utah's Day of Remembrance Michelle Brown...

KRCL RadioACTive Discussion MMIW+ Activists

Tune in and learn why it's difficult to find an...

KUTV 2News Investigation MMIW+ Utah

Jurisdictional loopholes, racial miscategorization,...

Camp Last Hope

Dave John, treasurer of PANDOS and weekend chef at...

January 2020 Womxn’s March Pandos and MMIW Join Collaboration

Black Lives Matter, Advocates for Criminal Justice...

To All My Relations

Mitakuye-Oyasin. Let's keep in touch.