Whose Land is this Anyways?


👉🏽An introduction to the history of Indigenous land theft across Turtle Island.
The goal of the course is to gain conciousness, begin the process of fostering a balanced relationship with the land, and to create a personal plan to respond to your responsabilities as a settler. 


1:Shital (hello) + co-creation of rules + intro to project


We will share our intentions, get to know eachother, and co-create the rules of the space.

🌱Project: Participants start researching their ancestral tree and the history of the land they occupy.


2. Turtle Island

2. Manifest Destiny & broken Treaties


During this session we will learn about the history of the doctrine of manifest destiny, and learn about 3 differ

🌱Project: Participants begin to research about the land(s) they occupy and what land(s) they come from.

3:Ancestral Knowledge & Milpa Technology


An introduction to Ancestral knowledge through a sharing about milpa (3 sisters) Technology. 

🌱Project:  Participants will research about the treaties and/or land disputes in their area and responsibilities attached to them.


4:A lesson on humility: 50,000+ years & 1776


In this session we will learn about Indigenous stewardship the significance of Wampum belts.

🌱Project: Participants will share about their family history and the land where they’re Indigenous. Participants continue researching about the treaties and/or land disputes in their area and responsibilities attached to them.


5:Post-Columbus Apocalypse
Turtle Island Today


In this session we will reframe our idea of the apocalypse, learn about current land disputes,  & the Land back movement. 

🌱Project: Participants will share their preliminary findings. As a group, we will collaborate to create a map of our findings.


6: Final Session


After everything that you learned, how will you personally make things right?
🌱Project:Participants share the draft of their personal plan.


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