Indigenous Women-Led Work
Rematriation is Indigenous women-led work to restore sacred relationships between Indigenous people and our ancestral land, honoring our matrilineal societies, and in opposition of patriarchal violence and dynamics.
Traditional and Cultural Knowledge
Rematriation weaves traditional and cultural knowledge back in harmony with the land. In Lisjan territory, we envision a Bay Area in which Chochenyo language and ceremony are an active, thriving part of the cultural landscape.
At this time, we have multiple ongoing relationships with cities, institutions, individuals, and organizations to Rematriate stolen land in Lisjan territory, and to develop relationships of reciprocity.
With Your Support
With the support of our community and Shuumi, a voluntary land tax, we have been able to build the first ceremonial arbor in Lisjan territory in more than 250 years, and Rematriate multiple land sites, including one house to Indigenous stewardship.