SHACK15, San Francisco, CA
January 11, 2023
A year after their last story salon at SHACK15, People over Plastic brings together Indigenous organizers to address climate justice & food sovereignty. They will share their unique perspectives on food sovereignty as a pathway toward climate justice including indigenous-led solutions to heal and restore the land.
The work to feed and nourish ourselves is deeply connected to access, education, history, ownership, and culture. Food sovereignty is “the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems” (Declaration of Nyéléni, the first global forum on food sovereignty, Mali, 2007). The vision of food sovereignty is to end the corporate and capitalist food system and to stop ecological and climate destruction.
Come join SHACK15 and People over Plastic for an evening of conversation about food sovereignty as a pathway toward climate justice including indigenous-led solutions to heal and restore the land.