How do you acknowledge Indigenous territory?

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New resource to help with territory acknowledgement

Have you ever been to an event that began with an acknowledgment that it was taking place on the traditional territory of particular Indigenous peoples? Have you wondered what goes into such an acknowledgement or how to make one? CFSC has released a new two page handout to help with thinking through and making territory acknowledgments.

Check it out to see what we would encourage folks to include, and to avoid, when writing a territory acknowledgment. The resource also includes three great examples.

Download the handout (PDF): https://quakerservice.ca/territory-acknowledgment

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