City archives adds Indigenous Recognition Wall – TBNewsWatch.com

City archives adds Indigenous Recognition Wall – TBNewsWatch.com

by ahnationtalk on September 29, 202223 Views

The wall unveiled Wednesday at the city archives includes a land acknowledgement, a copy of the Robinson-Superior Treaty, and a declaration of commitment to strengthening the relationship between the city and Indigenous people.

THUNDER BAY – A new recognition wall at the City of Thunder Bay’s archives recognizing Indigenous people and traditions is meant to make the space welcoming and inclusive to all residents.

The Indigenous Recognition Wall was unveiled on Wednesday at the Harry Kirk Archives and Record Centre and includes a land acknowledgement, the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850, a declaration of commitment to strengthening the relationship between the city and Indigenous people, and an archival image of Anemki Wajiw, also known as Thunder Mountain or Mount McKay.

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