Dene. Navajo. Ottawa. Cree. Yakama. Haudenosaunee. Coast Salish. Tlingit. Indigenous peoples, often called Native Americans in the United States and First Nations, Metis, or Inuit (depending on the people group) in Canada, practice and develop their vibrant cultures throughout North America today. Canada and the United States are colonized places, and that broken history has shaped our present in many ways. Let’s learn together to live well on this land.

Check out the Blanket Exercise, an interactive way to walk through our shared history with Indigenous peoples, as a way to learn more or explore the rest of this page for other ways to get involved.

[Header image photo credit: Melissa Blunden]

Overview

What's broken, why we care, what does restoration look like

Resources

Explore the issue in more depth

Get Involved

What can we do

The Church Speaks

Synodical document and other denominational tidbits