Voices of Indigenous Voters

Indigenous Voter Education Workshops

Voices of Indigenous Voters - Morning Star Leaders
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What Is It?

Voices of Indigneous Voters (VOIV) is an organization led by indigenous youth to empower fellow indigenous youth as voters by educating them on their voting rights and processes in national, state, local, and Tribal elections.

We’ve partnered with Arizona Humanities to host voter education workshops all around Arizona, and virtually, to benefit Native youth by sharing the history of Indigenous voting rights and how that history has shaped our unique voting systems for our tribal communities and urban indigenous populations. We want to inspire a new generation of voters and encourage civic engagement and understand the power of their vote, individually and when voting together, while equipping them to understand the process of voting itself, in both US and Tribal election systems. 

How do I Attend?

Attendance is open to all indigenous people, and you can sign up with the form on this page. Registration is just $25, and there are some scholarships available to reduce the fee for some attendees, which you can apply for on the same form.
Our team will continue to update you via email as the workshops near.                                                                                    


Where will they be?

Our workshops will be hosted all across the state, with our first event kicking off in Phoenix.
The 2022 Voices of Indigenous Voters Workshop Schedule:
Virtual Workshop
Wednesday, Jun 15, 6 pm – 7 pm
Flagstaff (Northern Region)
Saturday, July 16, 9 am – 1 pm

Who is Voiv?

Voices of Indigenous Voters is a project of Morning Star Leaders. We are a non-partisan, indigenous community-based organization focused on building stronger voting infrastructure for a better Arizona.