Niria Alicia

NIRIA ALICIA is a Xicana Indigena human rights advocate, climate justice organizer, educator, storyteller, and social impact strategist dedicated to protecting the sacredness of Mother Earth and the dignity of historically oppressed peoples. Her fight for liberation and justice exists at the intersections of migrant justice, climate justice, and indigenous rights. Niria Alicia believes that true justice can only exist by rematriating and indigenizing land, normalizing indigenous values, and honoring the sacredness of women and Mother Earth.

Photo credit: Lu Aya
Niria Alicia

Contributions

Enraizada / Deeply Rooted: Ceremony and Song
Issue 04: Power

Enraizada / Deeply Rooted: Ceremony and Song

A grounding practice and ceremony of song from Xicana Indígena climate-justice organizer Niria Alicia. With audio.

Niria Alicia
Run4Salmon: A 300-Mile Prayer
Issue 04: Power

Run4Salmon: A 300-Mile Prayer

Honoring salmon, water, and sacred migration: Gavin Van Horn’s interview with Xicana Indígena activist Niria Alicia about the Run4Salmon prayer journey. With audio.

Niria Alicia with Gavin Van Horn

Featured in

Issue 04: Power

2021 Anthology

Books (via Bookshop)