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Just do it — prioritize Indigenous rights in Just Recovery plans – Hamilton Spectator

Sept. 11, 2020

One of the things I love about Zooming is changing my virtual background. The first time I saw someone in a meeting seemingly sitting on the moon, I just knew I had a whole new bag of tricks to learn.

For non-Zoomers (and I don’t mean the other name for the age category of Gen-Zers born between 1997 and 2012, or Moses Znaimer’s magazine name for Boomers), a virtual background is basically a way to cover up your messy or boring real time office or kitchen table wall and disguise it as a seaside view from under an umbrella or a meadow with tall grass waving in the wind.

I now have a wide range of virtual backgrounds at my disposal for every occasion. At the beginning of the pandemic I used an inspirational shot of mountain climbers dangling from a jagged cliff beside the words, “Life begins where fear ends.”

Read More: https://www.thespec.com/opinion/contributors/2020/09/11/just-do-it-prioritize-indigenous-rights-in-just-recovery-plans.html