What Are You #ProudToBe ?
The Proud to Be video highlighted many of the words we use to describe ourselves … we all are proud to be different things and not one of us is a mascot.

We want to provide a place for everyone to share what they are “proud to be.” To do that, we are asking people to make signs, take pictures, and submit them for an online scrapbook.

By collecting photos, we will be clearly illustrating how many people are behind the effort to change the name. We will also be highlighting how this is not just a Native American project – many non-Native people are supportive as well.

Native peoples are encouraged to simply use #ProudToBe and their own word choice on their sign. Non-Native participants are encouraged to use #ProudToBe Standing With #NotYourMascot to show their support of the movement and to identify themselves as an ally of our community.

This photo collection will show exactly how many people are against the R-word and that it isn’t just a small group. It will show how beautiful, talented, modern, and diverse Indian Country is and that we are not caricatures. We are so many things but we are not your mascot.

Email ProudToBe@ncai.org with any questions.
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I do hereby grant unto the National Congress of American Indians (“NCAI”) the rights to, and my permission to use, my image and/or likeness submitted by me to, and/or as recorded by, NCAI, its contractors, agents, or employees in any digital, electronic or any other form or format without payment, compensation, or any other consideration. I understand and agree that such image and/or likeness may be edited, copied, exhibited, published or distributed, and I hereby waive the right to inspect or approve the finished product containing such image and/or likeness. By agreeing to this Release, I understand, agree, and intend that: (1) I am at least 18 years of age; (2) I have honestly represented myself and my tribal affiliation and/or membership; (3) I have completely read and fully understand the contents of this Photograph Release Form; (4) I am authorizing the display, transmission and/or dissemination of my image and/or likeness electronically, via the Internet, in a public educational setting, and/or otherwise; and (5) there is no time limit on the duration or validity of this Release, nor any geographic limitation on the location or locations where my image and/or likeness may be used, displayed, or disseminated. *
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