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IMAGE: Buildings in downtown Bellevue. You can see Lake Washington and the snowcapped mountains in the distance. TEXT: King County Land Acknowledgement.
We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this area, the Coast Salish people.

Since time immemorial, they have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands.

We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.

We will strive to be honest about our past mistakes and bring about a future that includes their people, stories, and voices to form a more just and equitable society.

Source: Tulalip Tribes

IMAGE: A green vehicle bridge with snowcapped mountains in the background. TEXT: Snohomish County Land Acknowledgement.

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this area, the Snohomish people, and their successors, the Tulalip Tribes.

Since time immemorial, they have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands.

We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.

We will strive to be honest about our past mistakes and bring about a future that includes their people, stories, and voices to form a more just and equitable society.

Source: Tulalip Tribes

IMAGE: The Spokane River and the iconic buildings along it. TEXT: Spokane County Land Acknowledgement.

We acknowledge that we are on the unceded land of the Spokane people. And that these lands were once the major trading center for the Spokanes as they shared this place and welcomed other area tribes through their relations, history, trade, and ceremony. We also want to acknowledge that the land holds the spirit of the place, through its knowledge, culture, and all the original peoples Since Time Immemorial.

As we take a moment to consider the impacts of impacts of colonization may we also acknowledge the strengths and resiliency of the Spokanes and their relatives. As we work together making decisions that all benefit all, may we do so as one heart, one mind, and one spirit. We are grateful to be on the shared lands of the Spokane people and ask for the support of their ancestors and all relations. We ask that you recognize these injustices that forever changed the lives of the Spokane people and all their relatives.

We agree to work together to stop all acts of continued injustices towards Native Americans and all our relatives. It is time for reconciliation. We must act upon the truths and take actions that will create restorative justice for all people.

Source: Spokane Tribe