The Alaska Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement
Indigenous food ways include a variety of harvest, preparation, and consumption methods. The sovereignty of these food ways comes from Indigenous peoples’ ability to independently manage healthy and culturally appropriate food resources on the land which these resources reside. This video series explores the journey of the Indigenous people of Interior Alaska to gain food sovereignty.
Video Series Premiere Dates
April 13, 12:30 pm (AKST)
What is Food
Learn how Alaska Native Peoples and their food systems are challenged to shift and adapt.
April 14, 12:30 pm (AKST)
Use and Reclamation of Traditional Food Sources
Learn what the key aspects of food sovereignty are for Alaska Native Peoples.
April 15, 12:30 pm (AKST)
Community Gardens Promoting Food Sovereignty
Learn how community gardens supplement the traditional harvest of wild meats, fish, and berries.
April 16, 12:30 pm (AKST)
Health and Healing Benefits of Food Sovereignty
By connecting to Indigenous and home-grown food sources, people arm themselves with nature’s medicine.
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