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Albert McLeod is a Status Indian with ancestry from Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation and the Métis community of Norway House in northern Manitoba. He has over thirty years of experience as a human rights activist and is one of the directors of the Two-Spirited People of Manitoba.
Albert is based in Winnipeg and works as a consultant specializing in Indigenous peoples, cultural reclamation, and cross-cultural training.
According to it's Mission Statement, "BAAITS exists to restore and recover the role of Two-Spirit people within the American Indian/First Nations community by creating a forum for the spiritual, cultural and artistic expression of Two-Spirit people."
The Mamawi Project is a collective of young Métis people from across their homeland. The Mamawi Project aims to create space for Métis young people to (re)build relations and to celebrate who they are.
Manitoba Moon Voices Inc. (MMVI) is The Native Women’s Association of Canada’s (NWAC) Provincial Territorial Member Associate representing the interests of Indigenous women and gender diverse people of Manitoba.
The Montana Two Spirit Society aims to "advocate and educate the Montana LGBTQ community and general community about Two Spirit issues, histories and traditions." The organization hosts and attends LGBTQ and Two-Spirit gatherings.
Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance represents the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland/Labrador, Gaspé region of Quebec, and Maine (northern areas in Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribal territories).
Out On The Shelves is a non-profit, community library built and cared for by volunteers, librarians, and librarians-in-training who are committed to anti-oppressive social justice work, particularly within the LGBTQIA2S+. Located on UBC campus.