GUIDE | Land Acknowledgement Guidelines

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This guide will walk you through the commitments Tamarack has made to our own land acknowledgements, while also guiding members, learners, and partners alike in the reflection and creation of their own acknowledgements. 

Land acknowledgements and personal reflection statements are an opportunity for us, as individuals and as members of the Tamarack team, to affirm our commitment to the history, promises and problem-solving surrounding the truth and reconciliation process.

The reflection and acknowledgement practice represents for each of us an opportunity to learn more about the history of Turtle Island and the roles we hold in colonialism, racism, and injustice and their implications in the contemporary context. It also serves as an opportunity for each of us to reflect on how we can use our institutional power to move forward the needle of reconciliation and shed light on historical injustices.



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