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Kenyon College Land Acknowledgement

Kenyon College acknowledges that the lands on which we live, work, celebrate, and heal are the ancestral homelands of the Miami, Lenape, Wyandotte, and Shawnee peoples, among others. The disputed Treaty of Greenville (1795) and the forced removal of Indigenous peoples from this region allowed for the founding of the College in the early 1800s. As a community, we are committed to confronting this dark past while also embracing through education and outreach the many Indigenous communities that continue to thrive in Ohio.  

Thank you: Jacky Neri Arias, Patrick Bottiger, Sarah Pfaff, Orchid Tierney, Chris Kennerly, Howard Grier, Indigenous Nations at Kenyon

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