The future generation is held safely on our cradleboard pin designed by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe)! The original baby carrier, the cradleboard or “dikinaagan” in Ojibwemowin, comes from a time, much like today, when children were kept close and part of everyday life. Adorned with care and beauty, the dikinaagan remains a family’s prized possession that’s passed on from baby to baby. Wear this pin on your jean jacket, your jingle dress, your blazer lapel, and carry the future forward!
About 1.25″ x 1.125″
Two post closure
Sarah Agaton Howes is an Anishinaabe artist, teacher, and community organizer from the Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota.Widely known for her handmade regalia and moccasins featuring Ojibwe floral designs, Sarah owns and operates her own business, Heart Berry. She shares her knowledge by teaching beadwork in her community and beyond through classes and video tutorials. Eighth Generation is a Seattle-based lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. We provide a strong, ethical alternative to “Native-inspired” art and products through our artist-centric approach and 100% Native designed products, Our inspired Natives Project, anchored by the tagline “Inspired Natives, not Native-inspired,” builds business capacity among cultural artists while addressing the economic impact of cultural appropriation.
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