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Native American Land Acknowledgment

The Chancellor’s Cabinet approved the following Native American Land Acknowledgment, which was developed and approved by the TCU Native American Advisory Circle. We proudly recognize and honor the land on which we work and educate students to pursue the greater good.

As a university, we acknowledge the many benefits we have of being in this place. It is a space we share with all living beings, human and non-human. It is an ancient space where others have lived before us. The monument created jointly by TCU and the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes reminds us of our benefits, responsibilities, and relationships. We pause to reflect on its words:

This ancient land, for all our relations.

We respectfully acknowledge all Native American peoples who have lived on this land since time immemorial. TCU especially acknowledges and pays respect to the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, upon whose historical homeland our university is located.

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