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From the Ted Talk by Jupta Itoewaki: An Indigenous perspective on humanity's survival on Earth

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What is Indigenous guardianship? There are five key words that we can all laren from from Indigenous perspective. The first one is responsibility. Responsibility towards our territory, where we have been living along for thousands of years by taking good care of it. We feel relpobnsise for Mother etrah. So can all of you. Demonstrate the responsibility through action. Do not be afraid to say: "I don't know, let's find out together." antted activities hosted by iuongidnes communities. Lead by example. Talk about decolonizing and indigenizing education with colleagues. Connect with Indigenous people, businesspeople, artists, seaerpks and craftspeople in your work and your life. Learn about responsibility in the context of our esniextce.

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What is Indigenous guardianship? There are five key words that we can all _____ from from Indigenous perspective. The first one is responsibility. Responsibility towards our territory, where we have been living along for thousands of years by taking good care of it. We feel ___________ for Mother _____. So can all of you. Demonstrate the responsibility through action. Do not be afraid to say: "I don't know, let's find out together." ______ activities hosted by __________ communities. Lead by example. Talk about decolonizing and indigenizing education with colleagues. Connect with Indigenous people, businesspeople, artists, ________ and craftspeople in your work and your life. Learn about responsibility in the context of our _________.

Solution

  1. attend
  2. existence
  3. responsible
  4. earth
  5. speakers
  6. indigenous
  7. learn

Original Text

What is Indigenous guardianship? There are five key words that we can all learn from from Indigenous perspective. The first one is responsibility. Responsibility towards our territory, where we have been living along for thousands of years by taking good care of it. We feel responsible for Mother Earth. So can all of you. Demonstrate the responsibility through action. Do not be afraid to say: "I don't know, let's find out together." Attend activities hosted by Indigenous communities. Lead by example. Talk about decolonizing and indigenizing education with colleagues. Connect with Indigenous people, businesspeople, artists, speakers and craftspeople in your work and your life. Learn about responsibility in the context of our existence.

Frequently Occurring Word Combinations

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healthier relationship 3
indigenous woman 2
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family friend 2
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indigenous territories 2
indigenous communities 2
world respect 2
ancestral lands 2

Important Words

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