On August 14th, 2003, the lights went out across Toronto
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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS WITH LINDY & LESLIE
Back in January we hosted a virtual land acknowledgement workshop. We caught up with workshop facilitators Leslie Kachena McCue and Lindy Kinoshameg to learn more about their practice, and how we can better acknowledge our relationship with the land and how it sustains us.
Myseum of Toronto is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.
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