Examples: GENOCIDE, Indian Act, Apartheid Love, Collective Karmic Debt,
Welcome to the wiki for 2RowFlow.
This wiki will focus on what we are calling Treaty Folksonomy: words, phrases & concepts that all Treaty People should know: Indigenous and Settlers alike so that we may begin the process of a shared understanding of the racist policies that govern us and work together to change these policies on Turtle Island. Join us in creating this much needed shared vocabulary!
Step 1: Add a word to be considered by members of this commons. Click here to do that by scrolling to the bottom of the page and adding your word to the comments section.
Step 2: Become a contributor by telling us who you are and why you feel you can contribute. Sign up here.
Step 3: Once accepted you will receive an email invite to join in the discussion on what words & concepts all Treaty People should know as a foundation for building relationships both on and offline.
Step 4: Assist us in adding more information, knowledge and wisdom to this wiki in the form of more Words, Phrases & Concepts as well as Links, Articles and Blogs that you feel will contribute to our understanding.
The first step to reconciling our Collective Karmic Debt is Self Education. Through that process you will update your consciouness and begin to share what you learn with others in your networks so, that, together we can become more aware of what is happening and prepared to fight in the ongoing battle against
As a result of the history of colonization on Turtle Island, most of us share some knowledge of the English language.
Let's use the English Language, for better or worse, as a starting point for building a shared vocabulary of understanding, by defining words, phrases & concepts that matter with respect to Indigenous & Non Indigenous relations.
Together we can try to define, to unpack and to connect the dots around words, phrases concepts that are used on daily basis. New ones are also being introduced into popular culture and the conversations we have on issues that matter. This will allow us to examine the culture(s) that lies behind each of these words, phrases and concepts and hopefully, establish some common ground.
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