Food Security from an Indigenous Perspective is the third session in our From Local to Global Leadership webinar series.
In this webinar, Adrianne Lickers Xavier puts forward an Indigenous food connection as a framework for understanding the social, cultural, and community connections to food, food knowledge, and how that fits into operating a food security initiative. This is a recollection and discussion of the personal, social and historical creation and operation of the Our Sustenance program.
The themes of this discussion include Indigenous ways of knowing, food knowledge transfer, community building, and the creation and inclusion of food sovereignty, security, and the promotion of health and well-being for all facets of whole-person health. The Six Nations specific research also discusses the potential for the use of similar approaches across communities and cultures.
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