Hope Flanagan

Abstract

Introduction to Indigenous Cultural Issues

This seminar will focus on an introduction to indigenous cultural issues including the land-back movement, how the Ojibwe language can help us see science from new perspectives and expand our world views, followed by a discussion of DWH’s goals with seed keeping and food sovereignty in the Twin Cities.

Dream of Wild Health (DWH)

DWH is an intertribal independent nonprofit that serves the Native American community in the Twin Cities. Some of their initiatives include growing & rematriating Indigenous crops on their farm, and o er year-round youth programming that include education on traditional gardening, cooking and other leadership opportunities. They also run community supported agriculture called Indigenous Food Share that are similar to individually purchased CSAs. DWH also sells produce at two local farmers markets in the Twin Cities and provides produce to Native programs in the Twin Cities including the Gatherings Cafe and Owamni restaurant.

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Start date
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, 9:45 a.m.
End date
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, 11 a.m.
Location

This seminar will be presented 'in person' or 'remotely' and live-streamed
331 Smith Hall
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