Mukurtu is a free, mobile, and open source platform built with Indigenous communities to manage and share digital cultural heritage. Mukurtu (MOOK-oo-too) is a grassroots project aiming to empower communities to manage, share, and exchange their digital heritage in culturally relevant and ethically-minded ways. It is an archives content management system built on top of the Drupal platform, with core features tailored to the needs of Indigenous communities. These include support for traditional knowledge (TK) labels, cultural protocols that allow for fine-grained levels of access depending on community needs and values, community records for artifacts that allow for multiple stories and narratives, Indigenous language dictionaries, and easy importing and exporting to ensure that the integrity of the data is maintained. There is a Mukurtu Mobile application which enables users to easily add content on the go to their Mukurtu CMS site. The Mukurtu team commits to maintaining an open, community-driven approach to Mukurtu’s continued development, and their stated first priority is to help build a platform that fosters relationships of respect and trust.