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Defining and Enacting Food Sovereignty in Native American Community Gardening, Culinary Work, and Land Defense
Taken up by activists and academics alike, food sovereignty has become a rallying cry for both established tribal programs and grassroots projects across Indian country. However, what is meant by the term often varies considerably. This talk will place the term within specific notions of American Indian sovereignty, as well as the context of the broader food sovereignty literature, and explore in detail how Native American community farmers and gardeners, Native chefs, and people on the frontlines fighting pipelines and mines describe and define food sovereignty as both concept and method, and a tool for pursuing community goals of promoting health and reclaiming and maintaining tribal culture.

Sep 9, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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