Be Kind • Be Helpful • Be Sharing
Be kind, be helpful, be sharing are basic virtues of Lushootseed culture, and the language spoken by tribes in the Puget Sound region. In Tacoma, we acknowledge we live on the Indigenous lands of the Puyallup People, who cared for their ancestral lands before the Medicine Creek Treaty of 1854 removed native peoples to clear way for Colonial settlement. We are grateful to the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, who continue to be leaders for justice in our community.
These prints were created in collaboration with the Puyallup Tribal Language Program, and proceeds support their work in our community. Prints are 9 x 12 inches, and letterpress printed with photopolymer plates on sage cover stock.
Use code LOCAL for porch pickup in Tacoma.