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More than ever, restorative justice practitioners need to find ways to integrate an understanding of and actions addressing the First Harm of colonization of indigenous land. As modern society is shaped by the legacies of colonization, so too are restorative practices.
This session engages with what it means to “land:” in a circle, on the land which is always holding the circle, within the history of the place where we are, and within the circle of all of creation. How can we engage with the ‘first harm’ of colonization when it shows up in our practice? How do we incorporate land acknowledgements? How do we approach Thanksgiving?
Cost: sliding scale, $0-$40. Registration at the $25-$40 level will include a copy of the guidebook, Land acknowledgments: historical context and contemporary inquiries.
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