**Please note that the new Letters from Our Ancestors collection is excluded from the anniversary sale and does not count towards overall cart price.**
Designed by local artist Chloey Cavanaugh
- Poly-Cotton Blend Fabric
- Sweatshop Free & Eco-Friendly Production
**The Letters from Our Ancestors Collection is not included in the Anniversary Sale**
About the Collection:
"Kindred post will always be this vault of our memories, where we went to communicate - whether through a letter, through the art shared by other artists, or through community events that allowed us to get to know each other better. This place of community is valuable and holds a place where actual change and understanding happen. Our ancestors have always created a space like this, which makes Kindred Post continuing that space so special - it is an echo of love from our ancestors carried on through space, people, art, and letters.
When I started drafting this" Letters from Our Ancestors" collection, I started thinking about the letters from my great-grandparents I went through as a child - reading the words of my great-grandparents, learning about who they were, their journey and what felt like this message that passed on long after they were here. This land - Lingít Aaní carries messages from our ancestors, the people of the land, the water, and the sky. The land has a way of communicating with us - holding the letters and words of our ancestors through all that it is. This collection is a letter from the people of the tides - when you find yourself by the water, listen to their words." - Chloey Cavanaugh
About the Artist:
Chloey owns Black and White Raven Company - an LGBTQ+ Indigenous-owned business based in Juneau, Alaska. Chloey is Was’ineidi Tax’Hit, Eagle Wolf clan in Kake, Alaska and credits her commitment to community and culture from her grandfather Archie Cavanaugh. Born and raised in Southeast, Chloey believes that the panhandle of Alaska is more than the enchanting beauty it beholds, but a teacher, a way of life, and a distinct part of her Tlingit identity passed down from generation to generation.