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Published on Oct 12, 2015
The word "sovereignty" resonates especially deeply with our Native communities. While we often focus on political and economic sovereignty as routes to our self determination, FOOD can also be a vehicle for achieving a self-determining system of our own physical, mental and cultural sustenance. In this national webinar, project members from two Native Hawaiian organizations share their stories of working towards food sovereignty in their island communities.
Presented by Kaʻānaniʻau LLC, operators of the Pacific Region Training and Technical Assistance Center, a resource of the U.S. Administration for Native Americans.