Indigenize Indiana is a call to action! Indigenization promotes an active Native presence and engages contemporary Indigenous leadership and communities. Beyond amplifying the voices of Indigenous people and social movements, Indigenization works to restructure the systems that do not listen to these voices, or that have been designed to exclude them. Indigenize Indiana reminds the non-Native community of the ways they need to work to improve representation of and support for Native and Indigenous communities at IU Bloomington. Centering the Federally Recognized Tribal communities who are the descendants of the original inhabitants of this land is an important first step in helping to correct the colonial narrative that has resulted in the erasure of Native peoples in Indiana and across this country. As more offices and individuals acknowledge Native space and presence, we hope that all of campus becomes a more welcoming and inclusive environment for Native American faculty, staff, and students. Offering a land acknowledgment serves as a call to action for everyone at Indiana University. We encourage individuals, offices, and departments to engage with these words and use these statements in meaningful ways. A land acknowledgment statement should be used to educate and reflect a genuine commitment to equitable and inclusive behaviors, as well as systematic changes.