Search your location on a native land map #IndigenousPeoplesDay2018
A good way to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day is to learn about whose land you’re on right now.
This is a great idea. Whose land are you feasting on? I'm on the Kha'po Owingeh Pueblo, now the Santa Clara Pueblo reservation. Where are you? (h/t )
As I gather with family today in Compton, I stand on land of the Tongva nation. What Indigenous Territory are you on? Find out at . Then use #TheBodyRemembers to honor the tribe + celebrate the acclaimed Indigenous drama now on via .
To all my followers: it would mean a lot if today you looked up the original peoples of your land, and if you actually took the time to learn and pay attention to the history surrounding the place where you live. #WhoseIndependence
Hey, academics. Are you doing land acknowledgements at the beginning of your talks? If not, start doing it.
This is an amazing tool. Maps of Indigenous territories, languages, and treaties in North America.
Before you dig into your #Thanksgiving dinner, check out this interactive map to discover whose land you’re feasting on. I’m sitting on stolen Mohican land, and today I will take some time to discover what they lost so I could be here.
The website shows you who the traditional indigenous owners are of lands in the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. Super interesting. Source:
The website shows you who the traditional indigenous owners are of lands in the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. Super interesting. Source:
Today is a good day to acknowledge that I live on the land of the Peoria, Bodéwadmiakiwen (Potawatomi), Miami, and Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux) people. You can find out whose land you live on here
Our home on website lets users explore Indigenous ancestral territories
Enter your zip code and find out whose land your on. A new thanksgiving tradition. #DecolonizeThanksgiving
Here is a website that lets you type in your address to learn which Native American groups lived in your area before European colonization
Happy Indigenous People's Day Remember that there were hundreds of indigenous people's in North America long before Columbus, and they are still here today. Why don't you spend some time learning who's land you are living, playing and working on?
Whose land do you live on?
If you are non-Native, please consider taking time today to learn more about the histories and cultures of the Indigenous Peoples whose stolen lands you are on, their histories & cultures, past & present. Here‘s a good place to start: #HappyThanksgiving
#ASMicrobe microtweeps: want to do a land acknowledgement? I use this website to find out whose land I am on. Looks like we are on the land of Ramaytush and Ohlone. You can also use this to tell us whose land your University is located. #IndigenizeSTEM
Join us in honoring #IndigenousPeoplesDay by learning more about the history of the lands on which we live and travel using 's virtual map. Have more educational resources in mind? Share them below ⬇️
If you're interested in learning more about the people who originally lived where you currently are or somewhere you'll be visiting, here's a really helpful site
Whose land are you on? Interactive Map will tell you #INDIGENOUS #TAIRP
Find out what Native/Indigenous ancestral lands you’re on today for many nations are mourning the loss of their people. Take this said knowledge and remember it on all days irrespective of ‘Thanksgiving’.
Take a minute to look up whose traditional lands you currently occupy at .
Did you know that the has an API? Pass it a lat/lon pair, and it'll return information and polygon boundaries for indigenous territories. Docs are here:
Wondering how to honor indigenous people? Use this site to learn about and remember those whose land we now occupy.
Our home on website lets users explore Indigenous ancestral territories
Here is a resource where you can type in your address and learn whose land you're occupying
In the US and wondering whose land you are on? Check out this great map! #IndigenousPeoplesDay
Indigenous peoples day. not columbus day. not dia de la raza. today, please take the time out to think and learn about the land that you are on today, and lands that you have stepped foot on. here is a great starting resource.
Thankful for your city or home? Learn who was here before the USA. We live on colonized land. #Thanksgiving
I think this is the website version. I use it to do land acknowledgements when I'm traveling. If you ever misplace the site, just Google "Whose land am I on". It's usually the first site.
A big thanks to for writing an article about . Check it out!
Interested in learning about whose land you are living on? That is, who was the land taken from? Check-out this map shared at our conference #JoinCZscience
If you're in North America and you'd like to learn more about the native land you occupy, this is is a good place to start
CALL TO ACTION: Look up the Native land where you are having your thanksgiving meal. Use this and fill in your city: Share this and one fact about that tribe/territory with your loved ones. #Thanksgiving HT
Happy #IndigenousPeoplesDay2018 *Celebrate by searching for who inhabited the land you now live on & honor them. *Then compiled a great resource of indigenous authors. Support their work & listen to their stories.
"Data Solidarity: Lessons from co-building open source tools with Indigenous Peoples" Emily Jacobi #csvconf Opening up with a land acknowledgement and a moment of silence
has a searchable map that is quite good for finding whose lands you're on, with a layer that will also show city and state names. There is also just one link for each territory, so maybe do more reading first.
is neat! Enter a postal code to see what Indigenous territories, languages, & treaties cover that area. #civiced
If you're not familiar with the Native Land web site, today is a good day to look up where you've lived.
This Thanksgiving perhaps you should make a point of knowing on whose land you are sitting.
A snapshot of tribal land claims (at least those covered by the historical record): A timeline version for Europe would show tribe after tribe sweeping through, displacing those who came before. On and on for millenia.
It's been eye-opening to see the number of talks at acknowledging the indigenous peoples and groups that they've done research with or whose land they occupy. shared this Native Lands map at the start of her #csvconf keynote
Go here and you can put your address in and it will show you.
Happy Indigenous People's Day (every day)! If you're looking for a resource to help with whose (plural--who all's) territory you're on, this is a pretty good one for N. Am, Australia & Aotearoa/NZ (feel free to post other resources)!
In case you don't know whose land you occupy, here is a helpful map. #IndigenousPeoplesDay
This #App Can Tell You the #Indigenous #History of the #Land You Live On ---- Whose land are you on? Start with a visit to . #NativeLand is both a website and an app that seeks to #map Indigenous #languages, #treaties, and #territories... #gis #spatial
Any ecologists out there ever put native territory acknowledgements into their pubs? Wondering how coauthors and editors have reacted, and how to do it in a meaningful way. I’m using , plus local resources.
Nia Tero believes that it’s time to acknowledge and give thanks to the original stewards of our lands. Go to to learn whose land you’re living on. #landacknowledgement #coastsalishterritory
Really lucky to be attending #EarlyCareer2020 this year! We are starting out with a land acknowledgement. You can find out more about the native people in your area at
I'm reading up on how to give a brief land acknowledgement for a talk, and this article has been very helpful: Also this website!
In honor of #IndigenousPeoplesDay2018, let's undo some colonization: 1. Visit 2. Tell us whose land you live on: post what you learn w/ #DAFightsBack! 3. Visit & take more steps to undo the spell colonization places over our eyes
The maps on , while a work in progress according to the site itself, are truly stunning. I’m spending the morning of this #IndigenousPeoplesDay learning more about the lands I’ve lived on throughout my life.
Came across this amazing site that maps native land over colonized ones. Find out which tribes live(d) in your neighborhood and a link to their sites for more information
NB: I used to find out whose stolen land I'm sitting on. Additional information was provided by Wikipedia. #IndigenousPeoplesDay
Whose Land are You On? We know is aware of this. Might be interesting for the water conference this summer being planned by and and to ask this of all participants.
Always a grand time for this map
This is an amazing website showing indigenous lands from around the world.
Too cool. Discover your town's #indigenous #history with one click. via #Esri @
Just want to take a brief moment this Thanksgiving to acknowledge I live on Piscataway land, and if you want to know more about territory acknowledgement, go to
I write from Haudenosaunee land this Thanksgiving. Find whose land you live on here
I recognize today's holiday in the U.S. as #IndigenousPeoplesDay2018, not Columbus Day. If you are white, a first step is to learn who lived on the land you inhabit before our ancestors arrived. This is a wonderful website for doing so. /1
It’s Thanksgiving in the USA. Before giving thanks, take some time and learn about the people who were here before you
At the Prady house, we will spend Thanksgiving on the land of the Tongva people. We will thank them for their stewardship of the land, and commit to doing better to care for the land and the people displaced from that land. Whose land are you on
Happy #CanadaDay! On whose occupied land are you? -childhood, undergrad: Wabanaki, Mi’kmaq, Peace & Friendship Treaty -masters: above + Maliseet -PhD: Beothuk -postdoc: Métis, Dakota, Treaty 6
Starting my day acknowledging that the land I'm living on right now is the traditional and unceded territory of the Mohican Nation.
This App Can Tell You the Indigenous History of the Land You Live On Article: Link to Map: I grew up on Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe & Powhatan Confederacy lands. How about you?
Following 's lead in acknowledging that the land I'm living on right now is the traditional and unceded territory of the Abenaki Nation. As of 2010, their population in North America numbers 1,780.
Perhaps on this Indigenous Peoples Day you’d like to take a moment to acknowledge and learn about the land where you currently live.
An interesting approximation/effort to map and honor indigenous nations
This land isn't my land, and probably not yours either
Starting class today with an indigenous land acknowledgment: we stand here to learn about #oceanography on occupied land of the Coast Miwok people, who were and are stewards of this land for generations.
Gorgeous maps of native lands in US and Australia in particular:
who's land are you standing on?
Just took a second to remember the indigenous lands that I've lived on. - Muscogee - Osage - Seminole - Caloosa - Tequesta - Mohican - Sioux - Ute - Cheyenne - Arapaho You can do this and more via 's online map
Now this is amazing - Native Land visualizations
#HappyThanksgiving2018! Now that I have your attention, check out this website
As a settler committed to Reconciliation I want to educate myself and others as best I can. When I travel for talks, I use this ressourse to think about the peoples whose land I stand on and put a screen shot in my slides to acknowledge the privilege