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Earth Week 2021: Mother Earth in Mind and Heart, in Everyone - Shared screen with speaker view
Etta Tomah
20:10
Good morning
Erika Bailey-Johnson, she/hers
20:44
Mino-gigizheb (good morning)
Souhail
21:03
hey
Souhail
21:21
how are you
Souhail
21:26
from Morocco
Etta Tomah
21:45
I’m a student from NHCC.
Nada Qassem
21:47
Good Morning
Erika Bailey-Johnson, she/hers
22:28
Miigwech for joining us. I will open us up in a minute or so.
Souhail
23:56
Im very happy to join this meeting
Souhail
24:37
you are so beautiful today
Etta Tomah
25:02
Good morning Ms Anna
Susan
25:34
Good morning
Dr. Cori Bazemore-James
40:00
Can someone give me permission to share my screen?
Cornelia Santos
41:29
So thankful for you being here. Corrie Santos (ISAN)
Nada Qassem
48:05
would like to say that Acknowledgement of the land relates to my culture as well because before we do anything we set an intention to do things for the sake of God by saying “Bism allah” “بسم الله”. This is also a connection between a person and the work that they are doing.
Ana Munro
50:13
Thank you, Nada, for sharing this connection with your culture.
Dr. Cori Bazemore-James
54:42
Hi Dr. Corrie! It's good to "see" you :)
Erika Bailey-Johnson, she/hers
56:57
Awesome video! Miigwech for sharing.
Erika Bailey-Johnson, she/hers
01:01:56
This Boston ACPA conference inspired us to do our Bemidji State Land Acknowledgement! :)
Daita
01:03:43
how do you do a land acknowledgment for an association that does not have a physical office? all staff work from home from many different locations
Morgan Wren
01:05:05
I’m from Nova-Scotia Canada and my school refers to these as Land Acknowledgements versus a territory acknowledgment, would that be a wrong way to address the acknowledgement?
Dr. Eda Watts (CDO-NHCC)
01:06:40
Dr. Cori, if you're done I can facilitate the questions?
Dr. Eda Watts (CDO-NHCC)
01:07:31
You are welcome to use the Q&A chat box to enter your questions as well
Cornelia Santos
01:09:34
How can we resist the "checkbox diversity protocol or trend" and having land acknowledgements not taken seriously?
Ana Munro
01:12:57
We are working on the creation of a land acknowledgement for our school district, which is predominantly white. How do we overcome the inevitable pushback from white parents, school board members and administrators, and create a land acknowledgement that makes our Indigenous students feel supported and less invisible? And that also helps all our community members understand the importance of land acknowledgements?
Donna Roper
01:19:08
Thanks Dr. Bazemore-James. I agree with you. Ana, "the truth will set you free" is something that I go to for "why a land acknowledgment". We need to tell the truth. For our kids sake. For our world. Native people have knowledge we all can benefit from knowing. It's how we grow, and how we teach our kids to always question what they think they know.
Yushan Ma
01:25:17
when can we watch this recording online
Alberto Ramos
01:25:44
The recording will be available within the next few days.
Will Ristow
01:29:11
Thank you Dr. Bazemore-James! My question is if you have/own various facilities across a state, or even the United States, what is the best way to create land acknowledgements for multiple tribes? I feel that if lumped together, people may assume similarities between these diverse tribes and not care about the significance of the statement. Again, thank you!
Ana Munro
01:29:33
After a land acknowledgement, what next?
Ana Munro
01:35:32
The Land is Who We AreCreating Land Acknowledgements and Ethnic Studies Course RequirementsPanelists will discuss the creation of the Indigenous Course Graduation Requirement at Bemidji State University, the process of introducing an Ethnic Studies Graduation Requirement for all K-12 public schools in the State of Minnesota, and the creation of land acknowledgements in Minneapolis Public Schools.
Etta Tomah
01:35:47
What are the idea benefits behind the land acknowledgemnet ?
Erika Bailey-Johnson, she/hers
01:35:53
Miigwech!! That was great!!
Monica Mcdaniel
01:36:24
Thank you so much for this work and the discussion!
Dr. Cori Bazemore-James
01:36:34
Nya:wëh - thank you all for attending today!
Cornelia Santos
01:36:44
Thank you!
Etta Tomah
01:36:52
It was truly a great time on here.