On July 9, NOISE FOR NOW in partnership with Seeding Sovereignty announce a mask campaign in support of the severe impacts to the Indigenous communities amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Spreading awareness for this campaign will be artists: Arthur Moon, A-Trak, Broken Baby, Cat Power, Christian Lee Hutson, David Pajo, Deerhoof, Dirty Projectors, Doe Paoro, Fiona Apple, Fleet Foxes, GABBY’S WORLD, Gemma, Grizzly Bear, Half Waif, Harrison Whitford, Holly Miranda, Kim Gordon, Lucy Dacus, Mark Ruffalo, Milk Carton Kids, mmeadows, morgxn, Mynabirds, Noel Wells, Palehound, Real Estate, TV On The Radio, with additional artists participating daily.

For every mask or bandana sold through the campaign, one mask will be donated to the Indigenous Impact Community Care Initiative.  Further, cash donations will be made to Seeding Sovereignty’s aid work serving Indigenous and undocumented people including Tewa Women United and Mariposa Fund. To show support, please buy or mask or bandana here.

“The number of reasons to support Indigenous efforts is the same as the number of souls who inhabit the world. White gluttony tried to kill off the very people who understood the language of the land. We chose to be owners instead of guardians, and we became a cancer. If we want to survive, we must support Indigenous efforts.”

– Fiona Apple

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the disproportionate inequality that exists in the United States among people with low incomes, people of color, and those living in remote and extremely rural communities.

NOISE FOR NOW is a national initiative that enables performers to connect and financially support grassroots organizations that are dedicated to empowering women and protecting women’s health and abortion rights.