Beyond Land Acknowledgment Action Planning Worksheet
This worksheet complements our Beyond Land Acknowledgment guide. We recommend reading our guide and then using this tool as a reflection aid as you work to create your own action plan.
The action plan will fill the same role as a land acknowledgment. It’ll demonstrate your commitment to Indigenous people and include much of the same information as a traditional land acknowledgment. The main difference between the action planning approach and a traditional land acknowledgment? Action plans focus on concrete steps and impact; they also include mechanisms for accountability. Writing an action plan is a great way to avoid optical allyship.
The worksheet walks users through the following categories: self-assessment, resource assessment, what’s happening near you and how to help, action step writing, and plan release and reflection.