Protocols, guidelines and invitations for how to engage our work with respect
The work of Sogorea Te’ Land Trust is made possible by the strength, resilience, leadership, and labor of Indigenous women and culture keepers. We are also supported by many allies and accomplices of all different backgrounds engaging with the vision of Indigenous women led land return and rematriation.
Collectively we are in a world founded on the theft of the lives and land of Indigenous people. As a society we are really just beginning to learn how to navigate what it means to acknowledge the history of the land we are on, to build meaningful deep relationships and collaborations that honor the past and to engage with the knowledge, time, energy and resources of Indigenous people in respectful and reciprocal ways.
As we move towards transforming our relationships to our history and the land we are on, here are some tips for how to engage with our work, request a speaker, cultural consultation, land acknowledgement, offer an opportunity, or contact us.
Check out our website. We have information about the land we are on, resources, how the Shuumi Land Tax Works, how to donate, forms …