Making Coast Salish Territorial Acknowledgments Matter

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This panel discussion is built around genuine reconciliation and making territorial acknowledgments matter. Viewers can learn about Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh protocol practices and how people can integrate reconciliation steps into their work. Additionally, this discussion can deepen viewers' practical understanding of colonialism and allyship in confronting Coast Salish cultural erasure.

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