Land Back Murals promotes Native American sovereignty, stewardship and visibility through artistic expression. As an expression of land acknowledgment, LandBack Murals serves to remind us that we are on a stolen land built on broken promises. Led by Indigenous artists, muralists, and activists, our program seeks to promote awareness in colonized spaces despite societal erasure of Indigenous people and histories by constructing murals in public spaces throughout the United States. We aim to create visual landmarks of the Resistance, Land Back and Land Acknowledgement. We hope to rekindle our relationship with the land by acknowledging its history and stewards.