Indigenous Unity Flag
International symbol of solidarity and unity among indigenous peoples.
A Symbol of Unity Among all People
Welcome to our website for the Indigenous Unity Flag. In 2017 our flag reached its status as an internationally recognized symbol of unity with over 1000 flags worldwide on six of the seven continents and today is used as the exclusive flag of dozens of indigenous tribal nations in the Americas, Africa, and in Asia representing their heritage as earth's natives.
May Peace Prevail on Earth International has recently included the Indigenous Unity Flag in their World Peace Flag Ceremony, which was created in 1983, and has been in every major city throughout the world. At the African Union in Ethiopia, in 2018, the Indigenous Unity Flag was denoted as the Indigenous Unity Flag of the world and was raised in prayer at the end of the ceremony.
Later the same year, during the 83rd birthday celebration of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, in New York City, spiritual leaders were present. First Nations Chief Avrol Looking Horse was awarded the (World Peace Through Compassion) Award. The celebration was concluded with Chief Avrol Looking Horse gifted the Indigenous Unity Flag at the end of the Prayer ceremony.
One of the greatest moments that we took notice of is when Rigoberta Menchu, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, inspired youth and carried the Indigenous Unity Flag to the center of the circle surrounded by 200 youth carrying the flags of all nations at the Youth Leadership Conference in Colorado on May 16, 2019. May Peace Prevail on Earth will continue to present the Indigenous Unity Flag at the end of every prayer during the World Peace Flag Ceremonies. May Peace Be In All Indigenous Nations.
Currently, the Indigenous Unity Foundation is teaming up with the Global Unity Network. The network consists of Unity Network Local Chapters, starting in the least developed countries. UnityNet Africa with support from UNESCO (TBD) is formalizing the promotion of the Indigenous Unity Flag across the continent.
The International Indigenous Unity Flag (Indigenous Unity Flag) was designed as a universal cultural symbol for the perfect world in peace in all its geographical, human, and ecological diversity. It is universal because every indigenous culture interprets the design and identifies with it as a symbol that represents diverse communities and native traditions.
There are many flags we like that behold strong statements in their idealism. We discovered in offering our flag that it gave people a feeling for hope, peace, and a Utopian worldview, encompassing the visions of most indigenous communities today that live in rural areas which still embrace tradition and their native cultures.
Indigenous Unity Foundation
Indigenous Unity Foundation promotes the ideals of solidarity, sovereignty, and unity among Native Americans, Amerindians, indigenous, aboriginal, and other native peoples.
Ordering a Flag
Our flag was developed as a symbol of unity and universal spiritualism among those who possess indigeneity. It is available for use anywhere on the planet to show solidarity towards the preservation of traditions, customs and culture of indigenous peoples no matter where they live in the world.
First Nations Chief Avrol Looking Horse awarded the (World Peace Through Compassion) Award during the 83rd birthday celebration of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, in New York City. The celebration was concluded with Chief Avrol Looking Horse gifted the Indigenous Unity Flag at the end of the Prayer ceremony.
Meet Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchu Tum, waving the Indigenous Unity Flag.
Rigoberta Menchu Tum received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992 in recognition of her work for social justice and ethnocultural reconciliation based on respect for the rights of indigenous peoples.
New Partnerships and New Website
We registered a new domain name in an effort to consolidate volunteer agendas, social media and programs that promote the use of our flag as a symbol and an informal uniform social contract of non-state unity (brotherhood) with their like-minded fellows.
The new website is IndigenousUnityFlag.com The website includes, Home Page, Flag Use, News 24hrs, Blog & Catalog which is under development. We would like to include our Youtube page on our website as well.
The new WebSite will be developed using Google's G-Suite and be emulated on the Indigenous Unity International Network. The website was being developed using American English and became available for translation into many languages using Google Translate while navigating with Chrome in 2018.