Join us as we welcome Daryl, Carla, and Megan to share with us their thoughts on traditional foods, land-based actions, and the ever-more important question of food sovereignty for Indigenous people. Additionally, we will discuss ways in which non-indigenous people can stand in solidarity with Indigenous people for food sovereignty.
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Date: Tuesday, Jan 21st, 2020 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
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About the Presenters:
Daryl Johnny is a community member from the ?Esdilagh First Nation.
Megan Dark is a Williams Lake based registered dietitian. By day Megan is a Public Health Dietitian with Interior Health and an Indigenous Health Dietitian with the Tŝilhqot’in National Government. Before moving to BC, she worked in northern Saskatchewan with the Cree and Dene Nations of treaty 6 and 10 territory. By night she is a goat wrangler and veggie whisperer on her farm in the Cariboo mountain foothills.
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