Indigenous Owned and Operated Since 2018

Indigenous Since Forever

Original Double Jingle Earrings with Rainbow Glitter Glass Silver

Jingle Earrings

Jingles for Jingle dresses were once made from tobacco lids and other objects. Several options in our orginal design

Gold Fulani Hoop Earrings

TruAncestry

Fulani and African wares to share in Ahmad’s (business owner) love for his African indigenous heritage

Pachacutek Gifting Set with Silver and White Beanie

Indigenous Come Up Merchandise

Customized with our original logo that represents Pachacutek- the prophecy of the Eaglel and the Condor

Sustaining our Cultures

Sharing indigenous way of life and culture is what we indigenous people have always done. 

At Indigenous Come Up, we are sustaining our cultures by creating and promoting stronger connections to our indigenous cultures, no matter where one is indigenous to. 

Indigenous Come Up founded the Portland Indigenous Marketplaces to ensure that the local indigenous artists are able to vend in culturally respectful spaces and events.

Indigenous Come Up is committed to supporting other indigenous businesses when ever possible. We exclusively use Anishinaabe Bimishimo Jingles because they are the only Native made Jingles that we have had the opportunity to work with. Our Jingle earrings are 100% made from supplies that are procured from Native American owned businesses. 

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Why We Do What We Do

Buying indigenous -made and -designed products by indigenous-owned businesses is a challenge because of the relentless cultural appropriation of the retail industry and the history of worldwide indigenous cultural suppression.

Indigenous cultures are only sustained if passed on. We strive to connect our consumers to our indigenous culture by sharing how our products represent our cultures, in the hopes of sustaining our cultural ways. 

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