Land acknowledgment, also called territory acknowledgment, is the practice of making a brief statement to recognize and honor the indigenous heritage of the land where an event is taking place or a website or business is located.
Some perceive land acknowledgment as a token gesture when not done thoughtfully, such as when using a pre-scripted statement, or when not accompanied with a change in practices.
- Jacky Alciné since 2022-??-?? has a short acknowledge of the land he currently lives on the footer of ever page of his site.
- Native Governance Center has a webpage devoted to land acknowledgment
- Coast Salish History Project website includes a territorial acknowledgment in the footer
- Native Land shows approximate traditional territories of indigenous peoples
- Whose Land includes a map of treaties with indigenous peoples
- A guide and call to acknowledgment by the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (a non-government organization)
- Know the Land Territories Campaign including tips for the person doing the acknowledgment at a public event
- Khelsilem’s Tips for Acknowledging Territory 1.0 includes thoughts about the wording 'unceded'