"Land acknowledgements stem from an Indigenous tradition that dates back centuries. On its website, the City of Toronto explains "a territorial or land acknowledgement involves making a statement recognizing the traditional territory of the Indigenous people(s) who called the land home before the arrival of settlers, and in many cases still do call it home.""

You have to wonder what the reaction would be if city hall websites across Britain and Europe were to adopt the same land acknowledgments.

"It's a gesture many say marks a small but important step on the path to reconciliation."

Hmm. On;y a small step? How big a step will be required before we reach the end of that path? Reparations? Rent payments? We all fuck off back to Europe? And would all of the "settlers" in UK and Europe go back to their countries?

Ditto for all of the Spaniards and Portuguese in South and Central America.

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"Land acknowledgements stem from an Indigenous tradition that dates back centuries. On its website, the City of Toronto explains "a territorial or land acknowledgement involves making a statement recognizing the traditional territory of the Indigenous people(s) who called the land home before the arrival of settlers, and in many cases still do call it home."" You have to wonder what the reaction would be if city hall websites across Britain and Europe were to adopt the same land acknowledgments. "It's a gesture many say marks a small but important step on the path to reconciliation." Hmm. On;y a small step? How big a step will be required before we reach the end of that path? Reparations? Rent payments? We all fuck off back to Europe? And would all of the "settlers" in UK and Europe go back to their countries? Ditto for all of the Spaniards and Portuguese in South and Central America. https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5188127
Pride Toronto apologizes for land acknowledgement that 'failed to recognize' Indigenous people | CBC News
Pride Toronto is apologizing for a land acknowledgement sign displayed over the weekend after hundreds took to Twitter to call out the organization for erasing Indigenous people and failing to properly recognize the origins of the territory on which the festivities took place.
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