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Spring 2023 Newsletter

Land Justice Organizing

From the Director's Corner

Only a set amount of land exists in our country. Many conflicts have been, and continue to be, over the ownership of land.

In the United States, as with many lands, those who claim land ownership were not the original inhabitants. We must acknowledge the Indigenous Peoples who are too often written out of history. Their land was stolen.

Before delving into some of the current undertakings, we cannot be dismissive ab

out the realities of land rights. This ongoing concern is far from reaching resolution, and the land grabbing continues. Over time, laws and policies have been enacted to support land theft.

As we discuss land trusts, it is important to be aware of land access work, acknowledging the tumultuous history, and uplifting that all people deserve to survive and thrive is significant to this land movement.

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