Whose Food Sovereignty? Indigenous Food Systems, Land, and Governance

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Simultaneous translation / traduction en simultanéEnglish
What:
Plenary / Séance plénière
When:
4:00 PM, Saturday 3 Nov 2018 (1 hour 30 minutes)
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Food Sovereignty has become a popular concept for thinking about food system transformation, but whose sovereignty are we talking about? Indigenous food sovereignty is intimately tied to place, and broader issues of Indigenous self-governance on the land. In this discussion based plenary, four Indigenous thinkers and food activists will open the door on these fundamental food system issues from perspectives that connect with health, nationhood, the land and colonialism.
Participant
Michi Saagig Anishnabe
Manomin harvester/revitalizer/community leader
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Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN)
Participant
Makoons Media Group
Comedian/Media personality
Participant
Center for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment -McGill University
Associate Director & Associate Professor
Moderator
Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network
Indigneous Youth Leader

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