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Indigenous@SOCAP

For 3 Years, SOCAP has had a #LandAcknowledgment in Yelamu – Ramaytush Ohlone Territory. Kanyon CoyoteWoman Sayers-Roods has opened up this space as a reminder that we are on Occupied Native Land – and why it is important to #HonorNativeLand
Working with Seeding Sovereignty and Yvette Padilla we are hosting the Indigenous Lounge and strengthening Indigenous@SOCAP

KKLLC presentations @ SFSU

in Yelamu – Ramaytush Ohlone Territory aka SF – Kanyon Sayers-Roods visits Melissa Nelson’s class May 9th to discuss the recent work she has been committed to. American Indian Studies Department of San Francisco State University.

Kanyon offers classroom presentations, culture sharing discussions, and advocacy insights when she visits students of all ages. Dominantly 3rd grade to University Level students – as well as educating the educators.

EmergingSF Honors Native Land

EmeringSF #HonorNativeLand in Yelamu – Ramaytush Ohlone Territory aka San Francisco – The purpose of these statements is to show respect for indigenous peoples and recognize their enduring relationship to the land. Practicing acknowledgment can also raise awareness about histories that are often suppressed or forgotten.

Through Kanyon Konsulting we want to inspire ongoing action and relationship. Acknowledgment by itself is a small gesture. It becomes meaningful when coupled with authentic relationship and informed action.