Pantograph was primarily built in the modern cities of Seattle, WA and Marysville, WA, the occupied lands of the Duwamish, Stilliguamish, and Snohomish people. Below, you'll find the names of Indigenous peoples whose lands are now used for transit services provided by agencies in Pantograph. These communities and countless others, by the oppressive force of white supremacy, are typically underserved by these and other transit providers.
Indigenous lands of the Kānaka Maoli people
Indigenous lands of the Squamish, Tsawwassen, Tsleil-Waututh, Stolo, Stz'uminus, Kwantlen, and Semiahmoo people
Indigenous lands of the Snohomish, Stilliguamish, Duwamish, Muckleshoot, Suquamish, Puyallup, Nisqually, Cowlitz, Squaxin, and Nooksack people
Indigenous lands of the Spokane, Schitsu'umsh, Ktunaxa, Palouse, and Nimiipuu people
Indigenous lands of the Cowlitz, Clackamas, Tillamook, Siletz, Yamhill, Kalapuya, Atfalati, Winefelly, Yoncalla, Chelamela, Chepenefa, Chemapho, Tsankupi, and Yakina people
Indigenous lands of the Ohlone, Muwekma, Ramaytush, Graton Rancheria, Coast Miwuk, Tamyen, Chochenyo, Yokuts, Bay Miwok, Karkin, Wappo, and Southern Pomo people
Indigenous lands of the Wahpekute and Oceti Sakowin people
Indigenous lands of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute, and Oceti Sakowin people
Indigenous lands of the Pawtucket, Massachusett, Narragansett, Wampanoag, and Pokanoket people
Indigenous lands of the Lenni-Lenape people
Indigenous lands of the Anacostan, Piscataway, Manahoac, Susquehannock, Nanticoke, and Patawomeck people
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