Making territorial acknowledgements matter

Watch this panel discussion emphasizing genuine reconciliation and making territorial acknowledgements matter. Learn about Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh protocol practices and how people can integrate reconciliation steps into their own work. Deepen your practical understanding of colonialism and be an ally in confronting Coast Salish cultural erasure.

This video conversation was designed as an entry-level discussion directed towards representatives of community organisations. This is one in a series of protocol training, reconciliation and redress advocacy events Redress Vancouver friends are producing in the region.

The event was sponsored by: SFU’s Institute for the Humanities, Coast Salish Cultural Network, The Heart of the City Festival, and SFU School of Communications Graduate Caucus

SPEAKERS: Charlene Aleck / Ts’simtelot (Tsleil-Waututh), Tłakwasikan Khelsilem (Squamish), Christina Nahanee (Musqueam), and Irwin Oostindie (Dutch Settler). Moderator: Aleks Besan (Russian Settler).