Thanksgiving in America is a complicated holiday that centers family time and features a whitewashed history. What's not complicated is the idea of giving thanks.
I don't know how to respond to this question. In the day-to-day, I'm fine. But in truth, I'm struggling too.
A land acknowledgement is sharing a statement of appreciation for, and history of, the land on which you are standing. It is often done by way of a greeting or opening when welcoming people into a shared space. It grounds the engagement to come in the place itself, and often evokes feelings of gratitude and grounding.
*Let's start with the term "antiracist," since I know this term alone causes many to go on the defensive. A common thing I hear from people: "Hey, I'm not racist! Are you saying I have to be explicitly not racist or else you're going to label me racist?! That's ridiculous." First, I hear you. Truly.
Without accountability, it's easy to cite too little time, too much to do, insufficient resources, the wrong context, an initial "no", or any number of other factors as a good enough reason to not advance a goal. An accountability buddy is a free, easy, and enjoyable way to built accountability into your life.