The Soul of Nations Foundation is a for-purpose 501(c)3 organization that aims to uplift Indigenous peoples through various forms of media, innovative strategy, and youth-led initiatives. Our mission is to progress Indigenous and Black communities through the arts, research, and scholarship. We envision a world where all people of color are respected as contemporary societies and have greater access to equal opportunities in the following sectors: social, creative, academic, and economic.
REGAN DE LOGGANS
Regan de Loggans (they/themme) is an Indigiqueer artist, curator, and educator based in Lenapehoking (so-called New York City). de Loggans has a multifaceted practice and identity that embraces the Indigenous diaspora, radical politics of refusal, queer kink, and Indigenous anarchism. Their artistry is informed by their work as a history educator, asserting Indigenous and queer representation as a means of reclamation and resistance. De Loggans completed their MA at the Fashion Institute of Technology and BA at Hunter College. They left academia for the frontline, defending Indigenous Sovereignty and raising awareness of ongoing genocide against Indigenous and Black women, girls, two-spirit, and trans communities.
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Artist rely on an extensive artist development and mentorship network thus ensuring the formation of dedicated and passionate teams with high level of creative capacity.
The Soul of Nations Foundation respectfully acknowledges that we currently operate on the ancestral lands of the Munsee Lenape, Piscataway, and Anacostan peoples, which have not been ceded. Thank you for your commitment to Indigenous and Black communities. Please, share our organization’s work with those in your network who are just as invested in BIPOC progression as we are.