Day 21: Settlers not only continue to benefit from systems set up by their forebears, they help to perpetuate them and the dispossession of others.

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Sara Stratton
Sara Stratton
Published On: October 29, 2021

Sara Stratton has been tracing her family history and its connections with the colonization of Newfoundland. She has begun to decolonize her learning. In her family, she can see the forces that played out in the colonization that continues today. Settler colonials live on land taken from Indigenous peoples, and continue to learn in schools, work in companies, and worship in churches enabled by that displacement.

As part of your 40 Days of Engagement on Anti-Racism journey, read what Stratton has learned from reflecting on her family’s past in the Downloads, below.

You can choose from today’s menu of additional activities as an individual, group, or family.

  • Faith Reflection:
  • Children’s Activity: Watch videos of children and teens discussing their perspectives on decolonization.
  • Group Commitment: Questions to help you and your family start decolonizing discipleship.
  • Advocacy: Participate in a KAIROS Blanket exercise.

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