Back to Our Roots: Indigenous Food Solutions Webinar on 9/30

September 24, 2020

The latest issue of our Cultural Survival Quarterly magazine, "Back to Our Roots: Indigenous Food Solutions" has just been published. On September 30, 2020, Cultural Survival organized a webinar to hear about how local, Indigenous knowledge, and ancestral ways are used to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic to heal and to rebuild and how traditional agriculture and Indigenous agroecology ensure food sovereignty and food security in the short and long term.

 
Back to Our Roots: Indigenous Food Solutions

Join us online to hear about how local, Indigenous knowledge, and ancestral ways are used to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic to heal and to rebuild and how traditional agriculture and Indigenous agroecology ensure food sovereignty and food security in the short and long term.

Posted by Cultural Survival on Wednesday, September 30, 2020



Panelists:
Million Belay, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa, General Coordinator
Tui Shortland (Māori), Awatea Organics, Founder
Jesús Antonio Guagivioy (Kamentsá), FUNSEVIPAZ, Coordinator
Vernae Angnaboogok (Inupiaq), Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska, Cultural Sustainability Advisor

Moderator: Avexnim Cojti (Maya K'iche'), Cultural Survival Community Media, Program Manager
 


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De vuelta a nuestras raíces: Soluciones Indígenas alimentarias

El último número de nuestra revista Cultural Survival Quarterly acaba de publicarse. Acompáñennos en línea para escuchar más sobre el conocimiento Indígena, y las formas ancestrales utilizadas para enfrentar la pandemia del COVID-19, para la sanación y reconstrucción y para comentar cómo la agricultura tradicional y la agroecología Indígena aseguran la soberanía y la seguridad alimentaria a corto y largo plazo.

Panelistas:
Million Belay, Coordinador General de Alliance for Food Sovereignty en Africa
Tui Shortland (Māori), Fundadora de Awatea Organics
Jesús Antonio Guagivioy (Kamentsá), FUNSEVIPAZ, Coordinador
Vernae Angnaboogok, Consejera Cultural de Susentabilidad de Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska

Moderadora:
Avexnim Cojti (Maya K'iche'), Gerente del Programa de Medios Comunitarios de Cultural Survival

 

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