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"For us, land justice means that we ask ourselves the question everyday: Will we rise boldly, all of us, in order to ensure the next generation is free? Land justice for us, means justice for land as well as justice for the people. It means enabling people to have access to land and to be in mutuality with land, to restore the land, to care for the land, to heal the land while allowing the land to facilitate our own healing and our own restoration."

Farah Tanis, Executive Director, Restore Forward

Embodying this level of mutual healing means there must be a return to the belief that we ourselves are not owners of land, and we are not the center of the universe, but simply the custodians of future generations to come. Because indigenous people, Black people, people of color and women have traditionally been barred access to land, in the urgency of now, we have to stand in more than just solidarity, for the sake of future generations. We have to draw closer, not further from each other. It means we struggle for freedom together, arms locked, and come together in a solidarity economy which foregrounds the notion that as one of us rises, we all rise.

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