Food on Turtle Island, past and present

Themes:
EnglishIndigenous / autochtones
When:
11:00 AM, Friday 2 Nov 2018 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Breaks:
Discussion:
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What role, past and present, have settler food systems played in the colonization of Indigenous land? What impact has this had on Indigenous food systems? This collaborative session provides the opportunity to have a real discussion about colonial food systems, the distinctions between Indigenous and non-Indigenous conceptions of “food sovereignty”, and how those ideas have played out on the land.
Participant
Food Secure Canada/Réseau pour une alimentation durable
Co-lead, National community of practice on food security
Moderator
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Director Indigenous Affairs
Participant
Bow Valley Food Alliance
Academic, community food actionist
Participant
(Grassroots Indigenous Activist)
Mushkegowuk Ashki
Participant
Michi Saagig Anishnabe
Manomin harvester/revitalizer/community leader

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