Call to Action

“It is time to realize our collective accountability through active participation in social justice.”
- Amy, Non-Native Community Member

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State House Rally
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People testify before Legislative Committee
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People testify before Legislative Committee

Come here to receive important and timely updates on any Call to Action in support of Wabanaki self-determination. Community members take action in support of Wabanaki sovereignty in a multitude of ways.


When we are blessed, we are called to share our blessings.

During this crisis, many people are not able to work, without a safety net to catch them.  Maine-Wabanaki REACH established a Community Response Fund to help those in need. Largely, we have sought to put food on the tables in Wabanaki homes.

You can be part of this call to action by:

  1. Making a donation to the REACH Community Response Fund at Call to Action: Wabanaki Food Security
  2. Sending a check directly to one of the Wabanaki communities’ food pantries:
  • Penobscot Nation Food Pantry, 12 Wabanaki Way, Indian Island, ME 04468
  • Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point Food Pantry, PO Box 343, Perry, ME 04667
  • Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township Food Pantry, PO Box 301, Princeton, ME 04668
  • Aroostook Band of Micmacs Food Bank, 7 Northern Rd., Presque Isle, ME 04736
  • Houlton Band of Maliseets Food Pantry, 88 Bell Road, Littleton, ME 04730
  1. Making a donation to Eastern Woodlands Rematriation in support of Wabanaki food sovereignty making an payment:

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