would you give your property back to indigenous peoples when you die?

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afaict im indigenous people so

close encounters of the third knid (darraghmac), Saturday, 11 May 2024 18:22 (one month ago) link

Does all the money Boomers lose in Native-owned casinos count as reparations?

I have often thought this, and imho it absolutely does.

immodesty blaise (jimbeaux), Saturday, 11 May 2024 18:24 (one month ago) link

there's a local parking lot that's expected to be "ceded" to an indigenous-affiliated land trust because it somehow costs the city less than selling it off to a developer (largely because the land trust is footing most of the bill). https://www.berkeleyside.org/2024/03/12/berkeley-shellmound-spengers-lot-sogorea-te-settlement

Philip Nunez, Monday, 13 May 2024 06:02 (one month ago) link

None of the Belgae, Celtic or Germanic tribes still have legal representation here, but it would be funny to put them in my will.

StanM, Monday, 13 May 2024 07:22 (one month ago) link

i'm a tribal member and so is my son so yes

I? not I! He! He! HIM! (akm), Monday, 13 May 2024 12:58 (one month ago) link

um...also don't own property but side note, much like libraries don't accept donations because they don't need 10000000 John Grisham mass markets, I submit that specific Indian/First Nations people probably don't want to take care of your house in the suburbs or whatever. I bet there are specific "land back" policies and advocacy requests that we could all be helpful with, though!

I’m sure they’d be happy to sell it and pocket the money. Or you could instruct the executor of your will to do that and then donate the money.

longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Monday, 13 May 2024 13:04 (one month ago) link

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