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Indigenous Intentions is an online limited edition cause jewelry brand created with the intention of increasing awareness for Indigenous, Black, and Womxn causes. Our advocacy background drives our passion towards giving back to Indigenous and Black Communities.
Jewelry is a beautiful part of our Indigenous culture and what better way to make an impact and invest back into the community than by launching collections with a philanthropist initiative #MoreThanABracelet. We love creating traditional jewelry with a modern twist. Indigenous Intentions supports Indigenous, Black, and Womxn initiatives worldwide.
MMIWG2S Missing & Murdered Indigenous Womxn & Girls & 2 Spirit Braided Charity Bracelet
We sold out of our original MMIW red braided bracelet. So we decided to remake it include all of those who are a part of the community and are affected by the epidemic. Our new MMIWG2S red braided bracelet means – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, and Two Spirit.
4 out of 5 of our Native women are affected by violence today.
The U.S Department of Justice found that American Indian women face murder rates that are more than 10 times the national average.
10% of proceeds will go to the Coalition to stop violence against Native Women OR MMIWUSA.
Meet The Founder
Dr. Tomasina Chupco, Ed.D
Dr. Tomasina Chupco is an Afro-Indigenous (African American-Native American) advocate for Indigenous and African American womxn, Co-Chairwomxn of the Healing Symposium, NCIED 40 under 40 Award Recipient, and Founder of Indigenous Intentions. She is an enrolled member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and a proud Black womxn.
Her passion is inspiring and empowering womxn who are a part of marginalized communities to find and understand their innate power/voice. She is also a Senior Designer for her cause jewelry brand (Indigenous Intentions). The intention is to increase awareness for Indigenous and Womxn causes. Her advocacy background drives her passion towards giving back to Indigenous and African American Communities. Jewelry is a beautiful part of her Indigenous culture and what better way to make an impact and invest back into the community than by launching collections with a philanthropic initiative. 100% of proceeds from our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn (MMIW) Jewelry Collections go to NIWRC. Communities helping communities is the goal.
She has partnered with StrongHearts Native Helpline, Indigenous Peoples Movement, Unicorn Riot, Black Visions Collective, Covid-19 Navajo Relief, Black and Missing Foundation and many more to come.
Although her creative passion and helping communities is at the forefront, she possesses a Doctorate in Education with a focus on Organizational Development/Leadership. She used her education background to help create the first ever Trauma-Focused Healing Symposium alongside Miss Indian World 2019-2021 (Cheyenne Kippenberger). The “Healing the Circle in Our Tribal Communities” initiated a safe environment to speak on topics such as: Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, and the Male Perspective on Domestic Violence.
Aside from her advocacy and jewelry designing,
Tomasina loves to stay active by doing aerial yoga in her spare time.