Because it'll be healing, and won't go far at all:

I am a goddamn white passing Metis woman who was adopted into a white settler colonialist family. I was also denied connection to that heritage, shamed for being Metis and adopted, and treated as less by my adoptive mother for the first 18 years of my life. She actively denied me connection to that heritage, and I have spent my entire life trying to connect to it through scraps as a result.

I want to be welcomed at the table. I want to learn.

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