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A land acknowledgement is usually verbally given before the start of a large gathering or special event. The NDSCS land acknowledgement was also crafted for written materials, e.g. graduation programs, syllabi, etc.




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A land acknowledgement formally recognizes and pays respect to the indigenous people who once lived where UC Davis stands today. It is intended to raise awareness regarding the enduring relationship between indigenous people and the land.


When evidence is presented reflecting a legal change of status by adoption of a person born in this State, legitimation, paternity determination, or acknowledgement of paternity, a new birth certificate may be completed to reflect the name change. The existing birth certificate and the evidence upon which the new birth certificate was based will be placed in a special file. Such file will not be subject to inspection except upon order of a court of competent jurisdiction, or by the State Registrar or designee for purposes of properly administering the Vital Records program.


This version of the land acknowledgement can be used for informal occasions such as the first class, meeting, staff/faculty meetings, sponsored events, conferences or activities for each school year. Acknowledgement will be available for use in specific campus locations based on attendance throughout the year. The text below can be included in class syllabi, email signatures, and social media outlets.


The formal and public acknowledgement is an explicit gesture intended to cultivate a mutually beneficial dialogue, which is an essential feature in building an inclusive campus community. The statement will be displayed on the OU website, eventually integrated into courses on American history, politics, and culture, and, whenever appropriate, delivered at events.


The statement was approved by the OU Senate on February 18. It was presented to the OU Board of Trustees at their April 8 meeting. Universities around the state and country have issued similar land acknowledgement statements.


A land acknowledgement is a formal statement that recognizes and respects the Indigenous peoples as traditional stewards of this land, the enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous peoples and their traditional lands. This is an act of conciliation that makes a statement recognizing the traditional land of the Indigenous people who have called and still call the land home before and after the arrival of settlers. It is critical that a land acknowledgement does not merely frame the presence of Indigenous people in their ancestral territory in the past tense. A land acknowledgement must recognize their continued presence and relationship to their ancestral lands since time immemorial.


To recognize the land is an expression of gratitude and appreciation to those whose homelands you reside on and a recognition of the original people who have been living and working on the land from time immemorial. All of California is Indian land. Unfortunately, the legacy of genocide has contributed to the erasure of California Indian people throughout the state. It is important to realize the longstanding history that has brought you to reside on the lands and to seek to appreciate your place within that history. Land acknowledgements do not exist in past tense or outside historical context. They are significant to creating a meaningful and lasting relationship with Tribal representatives whose lands you currently share. They create opportunities to elevate Indigenous voices, perspectives and expertise in these shared spaces. Colonialism is an ongoing process, and we need to build our mindfulness of our present participation. The use of a land acknowledgement statement also encourages individuals to think about what it means to occupy space on Indigenous lands and what actions can be taken to move towards reconciliation. It is also worth noting that acknowledging the land is Indigenous/Tribal protocol and the practice establishes a respectful routine to increase visibility of Tribal members and descendants within their own homelands.


Indigenous voices have in the past gone unrecognized and under-represented in our academic community and nation. The Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria has requested that written acknowledgements of gratitude represent their continued presence in our community and relationships with Chico State accurately and in words approved by the tribal council.


As such, the University endorses the use of Mechoopda Indian Tribal Council-approved language for University publications, media, course syllabi (if faculty choose to include any acknowledgement), and other written contexts.


As of 1 March 2009, it is no longer necessary for a Dutch father to acknowledge parentage of a child before they are born to ensure the child acquires Dutch citizenship. The child automatically acquires Dutch citizenship if the father acknowledges parentage of the child before the child reaches the age of 7. The child acquires Dutch citizenship at the time of the acknowledgement.


Due to the above mentioned improvements in the Federal acknowledgement process, OFA was able to assist the Department in completing 17 major Federal acknowledgement decisions since January 2001. These 17 decisions include: nine proposed findings, six final determinations, and two reconsidered final determinations.


Multiple Oregon State departments, including the Board of Trustees, have adopted the land acknowledgement. The trustees, for example, incorporate it into the beginning of each regular board meeting and at the first committee meeting of the day. Many OSU staff and faculty have also added the land acknowledgement to their email signatures.


As the Montana University System campuses continue to grow their efforts to support American Indian students, many have looked to create Land Acknowledgement Statements. While no one certain path fits for all campuses in this process, the acknowledgement works best when it is as inclusive as possible as you engage in the creation of your statement. The resources below are intended to support a greater understanding of the importance of intent and use as well as to provide examples of items to consider as you navigate this significant effort.


Every man who is registered with the Selective Service System will receive a registration acknowledgement letter with a registration card in the mail from Selective Service within 90 days of registering.


The top portion of the registration acknowledgement letter is the change of information form. You can use this form to update and make corrections to your personal information, or simply do it online. 041b061a72


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