The Stickers

These stickers are designed and produced by Alameda Native Art. (A living art project by Gabriel Duncan.) The artwork on these stickers is being used under a limited license granted to the Alameda Native History Project.

10% of proceeds from these stickers go to the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area. The remainder is split evenly between the artist and the Alameda Native History Project.

Currently In Stock:

$5 Each

One of the ways the Alameda Native History Project “Decolonizes History” is by developing, producing, and distributing accurate, relevant, and interesting educational materials for Classrooms, Community Centers, and Institutions.

The Alameda Native History Project offers updated, often novel, and never-before-seen images, maps, and infographs about the Indigenous History of this place we call the “San Francisco Bay Area”.

Our continued impact will be measured by the number of classrooms we connect with the maps and information educators want and need to fill the gaps in existing curriculum regarding local indigenous history.

This will result in students who can finally receive the answer to the basic questions about Native American History. Questions, which–until now–have simply been glossed over or ignored in mainstream, sanitized, Social Science, History, and Arts & Humanities curriculums.

Another way we decolonize history, is by making it easy to understand.

Current Offerings:

1. Historic Alameda Ecology Map

If you make a minimum donation of $25, and include your mailing address in the comment on this donation form (your comment is private), you will receive a Historic Alameda Ecology Map.

You can have a direct impact on Decolonizing History, too!

By providing tangible support for our mission, you can be the reason why people know this is Ohlone Land; why that makes it our responsibility to be good stewards to the land; and how important it is for us to respect Indigenous knowledge and lived experiences, and advocate for the return of sacred places, tribal objects, and ancestral remains.

Alameda Native History Project is fiscally sponsored by The Hack Foundation (d.b.a. Hack Club), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (EIN: 81-2908499).