Re-Remembering Our Relationship with the Land | Carolinian Canada
A Conversation with Elders
Shifting the Paradigm Forum 2022-2023

Seeding Relationships to Heal the Land - Virtual Forum Event Series
Shifting the Paradigm 2022 - 2023

Part 6: Re-Remembering Our Relationship with the Land

April 12, 2023 from 1 - 3pm

This conversation will highlight the various voices of our elders and those who have come before us. By engaging with the past, hearing our elder’s stories, and acknowledging/honoring the groundwork that has been laid we will gain a better understanding of where we come from, and were we are going after this. Panelists will be asked to describe the land from when they were young and compare that to today, the work they have done to make an impact and how we can carry that torch to the future.

 

We Live on Traditional Territories

We live on the traditional territories of many nations including the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Lunaapeew, the Wendat and the Mississauga. We acknowledge the inherent and treaty rights of the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island including the many diverse First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples who live here now. We commit to the teachings of the Two Row Wampum and the One Dish One Spoon Wampum; and our duty to reconcile, learn more and create safe spaces for Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives to meet and discuss the issues that matter to everyone.

Many Indigenous Nations call the Carolinian Zone home, and have long historic treaties and ties to this land. The First Nations that call southwestern Ontario home include; Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Bkejwanong Walpole Island First Nation, Caldwell First Nation, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, The Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, Munsee Delaware Nation, Eelünaapéewi Lahkéewiit (Delaware Nation at Moraviantown), the Mississauga of the Credit, Six Nations and Oneida Nation of the Thames.

Ontario Trillium Foundation
London Community Foundation
 
3M
WWF-Canada
 
City of London
Dragonfly Ventures
 
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