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[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole#History Go to Staff Intranet, Log into Waterloo Region District School Board. Equity and Social Justice Chair. 2 0 obj We start our meetings by, among other things, asking where people are from, and asking them to acknowledge the indigenous history of the land they live on. 3 0 obj New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Albuquerque is also home to the Gathering of Nations, North America's largest pow-wow: https://www.gatheringofnations.com/. Rebecca Roanhorse (Ohkay Ohwingeh) is the author of a very fun series of fantasy novels called The Sixth World. They are hopeful that other schools will follow suit. The staff at Sheppard Public School in Kitchener feel passionate about promoting Reconciliation through raising awareness and taking action with students. They are made up of many distinct nations. http://www.ohlonecostanoanesselennation.org, The Ohlone: San Francisco's Original People (YouTube), Recent Ohlone History in the Bay Area; Growing Up Ohlone; Ohlone Elders Project (YouTube). They also operate museums, such as the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki museum [7], in order to preserve Seminole culture. An Example Land Acknowledgement Today, Anishnawbe in south-western Ontario include the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Aamjiwnaang, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, and the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point. Some Waterloo Region schools read "WRDSB Land Acknowledgement" daily before the Anthem. Members of the Piscataway and Nacotchtank tribes arrived in the region up to 10,000 years before Smith. [6] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_Rock_Cafe#Acquisition_by_the_Seminole... <>/Metadata 274 0 R/ViewerPreferences 275 0 R>> Toward that end, staff initiated making an Indigenous Land Acknowledgement part of the daily announcements beginning in September 2016. Pueblo control of New Mexico continued until at least 1692, and some Pueblos (such as Hopi Pueblo) never re-entered Spanish control. It is also not a label one can give themselves, but one you earn from your actions and commitment to standing in solidarity. The Haudenosaunee reside in parts of Ontario and Upstate New York. Here’s the gist: in America (North and South), as well as Australia and other colonized nations, if you’re not an indigenous person, you live on stolen land. “By 1801 all of the native San Francisco Peninsula people had joined Mission Dolores. Connecting students with the land and authentic Indigenous voices, community members and knowledge keepers to help WRDSB students build connections with the land and Indigenous culture. In 1706, Albuquerque was founded as a trading post between the Pueblo peoples and the Hispanos (descendants of the Spanish settlers). It was not until the middle of the 19th century that the government of the United States ceased its efforts to remove the Seminole people from Florida [3]. Allyship is a continuous process; it is not a designation that one can earn and hold forever. endobj in Waterloo and 111 Darling St. in Brantford. It is also worth noting that acknowledging the land is Indigenous protocol. Land acknowledgment is a recognition of a truth, a kind of verbal memorial that those who speak it erect in honor of Indigenous peoples. Between 1965-1975, the US Government built Cochiti Dam, an engineering project to control the Rio Grande river. In 1907, the first Seminole reservation was created [3], but it wasn’t until 1957 that the Seminole tribe was officially recognized by the federal government, and even then it was at gunpoint - the Seminoles were forced to organize politically along the lines set forth in the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act [4]. Other communities where Haudenosaunee reside include Tyendinaga, Awkwesasne, and Oneida Nation of the Thames, to name a few. Although most of the northerners returned home when missions San Rafael and San Francisco Solano were opened in the northern part of the San Francisco Bay Area, some remained at Mission Dolores. [3] https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/timeline We’ll officially begin the meeting and give our land acknowledgement. We do land acknowledgements to show our respect for the land, a tradition that dates back centuries for Indigenous people. They intermarried with its San Francisco Bay Costanoan speakers and with one another. Centuries of colonization, slavery, and genocide followed--everything from forced labor to "boarding" schools where children were separated from their families and cultural traditions destroyed. During the 17th century, the Anishnawbe split, with groups migrating east to the Bay of Quinte and South into what is now known as south-western Ontario (from Toronto to Lake Erie). 4. Build relationships: Building relationships is a very important aspect of standing in solidarity. %���� We acknowledge that the Chippewa, Odawa, Potawatomi known as the Anishinaabeg and the Delaware known as Lunaapeew inhabited these lands at the time of the written treaties, these being: Treaty #2; Treaty #7; Treaty #29. Rather it is a reflection process in which you build mindfulness and intention walking into whatever gathering you are having. Kitchener-Waterloo and Brantford are both located on the Haldimand Tract, which, on October 25, 1784, after the American Revolutionary War of Independence, was given to the Six Nations of the Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation by the British as compensation for their role in the war and for the loss of their traditional lands in Upstate New York (www.sixnations.ca, http://mncfn.ca). “Today’s Ohlone/Costanoan people are the descendants of speakers of six related Costanoan languages that were spoken in west central California, from San Francisco Bay to Monterey Bay, when Spanish missionaries and settlers arrived in the 1770s.” (Milliken) While many thousands of Ohlone people were present upon the initial settlement from Spanish explorers, they were either converted via the missions or exiled and pushed into southern California. In 1848, New Mexico became part of the United States after the Mexican-American War, though New Mexico was not granted statehood until 1912. (and please share your sources). Send an image and description of your initiative to Ryan Wettlaufer (ryan_wettlaufer@wrdsb.ca) and receive a small token of our appreciation in return. It's happening out here, too. The Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania is a non-profit dedicated to increasing awareness of Lenape culture and history, and it recently helped to move the Lenape artifacts from The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology to the Lenape Nation’s Cultural Center in Easton, PA [5]. To name just a few, Deb Haaland (Laguna) is one of the first two Native women elected to the US Congress. The Ohlone People Were Forced Out of San Francisco. Although it is important to acknowledge the land, it is only a first step. A great place to start on campus is going to the Aboriginal Student Center, located at 187 Albert Street. San Francisco and most of the Bay Area is on the land of the Ohlone people. And due to an abundance of fish, they were able to net thousands of shad at once. Motion approved by Ian Campbell, Seconded by . Welcome - Angelica Allen welcomed everyone to the meeting. It's all feel-good bullshit. Thousands of Pueblo people live and thrive in New Mexico today. “Today’s Ohlone/Costanoans are not a single community in either the social sense or the political sense. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. ETFO Waterloo Region is a local of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario. To facilitate this, staff discuss the meaning of the Land Acknowledgement with their students and have promoted it using social media. About the history of colonization. We are all treaty signers, and are thus responsible and accountable for the violence that Indigenous people face. This suggests that the tribes built hunting camps throughout the modern Bethesda region. About the land you live on. Here’s the gist: in America (North and South), as well as Australia and other colonized nations, if you’re not an indigenous person, you live on stolen land. 610 Wabanaki Drive, To listen. (In my research, there appeared to be some dispute over whether they were even state-recognized or eligible for any federal monies [3]). [7] https://www.ahtahthiki.com/. The acknowledgement was developed in consultation with Nicole Robinson, Equity and Inclusion Officer with an Indigenous focus at the WRDSB. Tobacco and gaming bring in income [5], and in 2007, they closed on a deal that sold the international Hard Rock brand to the Seminole tribe [6]. It is important to understand the long standing history that has brought you to reside on the land, and to seek to understand your place within that history. A Brief History Of The Muwekma Ohlone People, Reflections from Occupied Ohlone Territory, https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/indian-resistance-and-removal, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole#History, https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/timeline, https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/survival-in-the-swamp, https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/seminoles-today. endobj in Waterloo region at least one elementary school ( https://www.etfowr.ca/equity_minute_land_acknowledgment ) and a high school are reading this daily. Special thanks to ETFO-WR member Anna Lucas for sharing the good work being done at Sheppard Public School. recognize that getting the Land Acknowledgement onto the announcements was only a starting point. In 1680, the Pueblo Revolt succeeded against the Spanish, killing 400 Spanish and driving 2,000 settlers from the land. The dam not only altered the natural flow of the river, but it also destroyed sacred lands for the Cochiti people and flooded (then salinated) the historic fields that are central to Cochiti culture and survival. Haudenosaunee peoples: Also known as Six Nations and Iroquois, are various nations that formed what is known as the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Land acknowledgements have been adopted as a common practice in civic and community spaces across Canada–a small but important step towards reconciliation. Allies must continually engage in self-reflection, and must consistently work at being an ally (through learning, acting in a de-colonial manner, and sustaining relationships with Indigenous Peoples, etc.). Some Waterloo Region schools read "WRDSB Land Acknowledgement" daily before the Anthem. In addition, many other events take place throughout the year. Meta Discord channel: http://discord.gg/KEHTyzG. The Seminole people are the result of unbowed resistance to hundreds of years of murder, war, and theft. WRDSB Land Acknowledgement - Duration: 0:28. If you visit Albuquerque, you can shop at Red Planet, possibly the world's only indigenous comic book store: https://redplanetbooksabq.com/ or visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a museum dedicated to allowing Pueblo people to tell their own story: https://www.indianpueblo.org. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenape#Oklahoma, https://www.readingeagle.com/life/article/lenni-lenape-woman-keeps-her-native-american-heritage-alive, https://www.lenape-nation.org/2nd-project. According to this poster, One local woman, Uhma Ruth Py, speaks regularly at events and works with local museums to help preserve her heritage [4]. ICA Graduation Virtual Land Acknowledgement 2020 Sky Nicole Sampson. The revolt was coordinated by Popé (Ohkay Ohwingeh) from Taos Pueblo, though people from most Pueblos participated. (Native American for “broken corn kernels.”) They also buried their dead in the area. x��=]�ܶ�����U SZ� ��S�EZɎr����Cr�w,�b�6ZɊ���4��rg��*�fI�4����W����ŋgE}~^�����|�૯Ma���m����.�RS���[5��{��7?�ś?h���_��ivO�3�vߕ��Nj��e7�����;��]���>��'����fw�ߋ���y�������:���m�j�3@� �ǵ��`e�˶C���Sg����U�4��_q�?���~�u}_��a���e����=�q��s�j<>}�'�gue�+^���ݧ��k�����.����,P�����j�4�9jb�w���q��*ػ���u�ꇢ��� �?�{��EQ��l�. It should be rooted in the whose land you are honoured to stand on and should guide how you move forward in both conversations and actions. Partner, parent, and grade 7/8 French teacher. There will always be people who have a vested interest in indoctrinating people, and they all seem to want to use the same tools. A land acknowledgment is not something you “just do” before an event. [4] https://www.semtribe.com/STOF/history/survival-in-the-swamp

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