History of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle

In 2014 the Seattle City Council voted unanimously to change the second Monday in October to Indigenous Peoples’ Day.  As Councilmember Kshama Sawant told the Seattle Times, “Learning about the history of Columbus and transforming this day into a celebration of Indigenous people and a celebration of social justice ... allows us to make a … Continue reading History of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle

Special Fundraising Offer: Andew Morrison Portrait Commission

Andrew Morrison has a generous heart! Commision a Portrait from Andrew Morrison at Daybreak Star to Support ART and the Sacred Circle Gallery. Donate to our Art program= $500 for a 20x 16, $1000 for a 24x18. "your contribution and support will directly benefit the artistic community that we celebrate here at Daybreak Star" contact … Continue reading Special Fundraising Offer: Andew Morrison Portrait Commission

Daybreak Star to Host Preschool in 2015

Washington Department of Early Learning awards funding for United Indians of All Tribes Foundation/Puget Sound Educational Service District preschool partnership. Seattle, WA | June 11, 2014 Visit www.unitedindians.org to learn more about the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. Visit www.psesd.org to learn more about the Puget Sound Educational Service District. Closing the academic opportunity … Continue reading Daybreak Star to Host Preschool in 2015

Welcome

Every society on earth that has survived, overcome difficulties, and flourished, has been animated by a vision of greatness. Indigenous people of the Americas have always harbored prophecies and dreams that, after a long wintertime of suffering and degredation, they would awaken to a new century of light, a period of renewal for Indigenous people  and … Continue reading Welcome