ReMatriate Collective formed in 2015 following its initial founding in 2014 as an online discussion focusing on the misrepresentation of Indigenous women in the media. The name ReMatriate confronts the term repatriate, or the return of cultural materials to their community of origin, which has become central to the zeitgeist of Western art institutions. Though often discussed in the context of decolonization, the etymology and application of the word repatriate reflects non-Indigenous relations to belongings, place, land and ownership. As acts of resistance against stereotypical misrepresentations of Indigenous women, the Collective centres the experiences of Indigenous women, Elders, non-binary and 2-Spirit individuals in their public art interventions and online photography campaigns. ReMatriate aims to empower Indigenous matriarchs, women and future generations through positive self-representation. The Collective has hosted skills-building workshops to connect Indigenous women to their traditional practices in contemporary ways, and their education efforts have engaged the public in critical Indigenous women’s issues. In 2018, ReMatriate Collective included Kelly Edzerza-Bapty (Tahltan, b. 1982), Jeneen Frei-Njootli (Vuntut Gwitchin, b. 1988), Tsēmā Igharas (Tahltan, b. 1984) and Denver Lynxleg (Tootinaowaziibeeng, b. 1986).