This is an example of a Culturally Sensitive TK Label adapted by the Elsie Paul for her website “As I Remember It: Teachings (Ɂəms tɑɁɑw) from the Life of a Sliammon Elder.”
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TK Culturally Sensitive (TK CS)
Why Use This Label?
This Label should be used when you would like external users to know that this material has special sensitivities around it and should be treated with great care. These sensitivities could include: that it has only recently been reconnected with the community from which it originates, that the community is currently vetting and spending time with the material, and/or that the material is culturally valued and needs to be kept safe. This Label could also be used to indicate that there are cultural sensitivities around this material arising from legacies of colonialism, for instance, the use of derogatory language or descriptive errors within the content and/or content descriptions.
Each Label is meant to be customized by a community. See below for a Label template text.
TK Label Template Text
This Label is being used to indicate that this material has cultural and/or historical sensitivities. The Label asks for care to be taken when this material is accessed, used, and circulated, especially when materials are first returned or reunited with communities of origin. In some instances, this Label will indicate that there are specific permissions for use of this material required directly from the community itself.