Wednesday, Apr. 7, 2:00pm
Join Adrian Jacobs, Ganosono of the Turtle Clan, Cayuga Nation of the Six Nations Haudenosaunee Confederacy at Grand River Territory, ON. Adrian will discuss how community control and food sovereignty has had positive benefits to indigenous health and community wellness. Indigenous people in Canada have maintained a deep and healthy connection to our lands for millennia, living successful and healthy lives. Our connection was interrupted by our colonial encounter. A restoration of community control and food sovereignty has had positive benefits to Indigenous health and community wellness. He will explore examples of this work. This program will be hosted on Zoom.
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