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Third Gathering on Unmarked Burials

Affirming Indigenous Data Sovereignty & Community Control Over Knowledge & Information

 

Representing strength, family and healing, bears are the primary element in the Office of the Independent Special Interlocutor's logo. The larger bear represents the parent, family, and community, while the smaller bear symbolizes the children who were stolen and never returned.

By Kaniehtonkie.

The National Gathering on Unmarked Burials: Affirming Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Community Control over Knowledge and Information conference was held in Vancouver, B. C. from January 16 to January 18.

Kimberly R. Murray, Ind...



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