TikTok is a powerful platform that has revolutionized the way people create and consume content. Indigenous creators have taken advantage of the platform's popularity to showcase their unique cultures, traditions, and experiences. These are some of the top Indigenous TikTok influencers you should follow right now, including two of Dulcedo's own family members!
is one of the most prominent Indigenous voices on TikTok, boasting 4 million followers. As an Inuuvunga and throat singer, she collaborates with brands to showcase her culture and promote traditional Inuit homemade items.
Through her content creation, Michelle Chubb
aka Indigenous Baddie aims to educate non-Indigenous individuals while empowering Indigenous youth to embrace self-expression. Her impressive accomplishments include being featured in TeenVogue and Fashion Magazine Canada, as well as modeling for national campaigns with Bonlook and Sephora. In 2021, she was also recognized as one of the top 25 women of influence.
Eagle Blackbird, a TikTok creator, has garnered a following of 510,000 fans and 7.2 million likes. He values the healing power of laughter and infuses his content with humor, while also showcasing his gratitude for those who uplift the Indigenous culture.
With 3.6 million followers, James Jones proudly displays his Native American heritage through traditional hoop dancing. His stunning videos reflect his deep appreciation for his culture, while also shedding light on various injustices that Indigenous communities have faced and that his followers may not be aware of.
Kairyn Potts, a Nakota Sioux, proudly identifies as "Two Spirit." As defined by Very Good Light, "Two Spirit" is a term created by and for Indigenous peoples to provide a safe space for queer Indigenous individuals to express themselves through traditional teachings, free from the dangers of cultural appropriation and homophobia. Kairyn's content combines humor and encouragement with his Native culture.