A Conversation about Food Justice

A Conversation about Food Justice

06/23/20

Robert Two Bulls and Ritchie Robertson Two Bulls from All Saints Indian Mission and First Nations Kitchen near Little Earth of United Tribes community in South Minneapolis joined us for today's conversation. The mission is adjacent to the neighborhood where George Floyd was murdered and blocks away from the 3rd Precinct the site of the protests and riots.

As part of our continuing series of webinars on food access and sustainable food systems for all, this webinar/web meeting focused on Food Justice and how issues of access, sovereignty, and racism impact our lives. Particularly during this time of stress as we confront the pernicious impact societal and systemic racism.

Robert is the vicar of All Saints along with serving as Missioner of Indian Work & Multicultural Ministries with the Episcopal Church in Minnesota. Ritchie is a Registered Art Therapist and has worked for almost ten years at the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center with Native Women in recovery. Because of COVID19 the program has been closed.

Watch the Full Webinar Recording: YOUTUBE

Listen to the PodCast: SOUNDCLOUD

Resources and Links Mentioned in Webinar:

The Hook and Ladder Theater and Lounge

NY Times Article about Ghandi Mahal

Food Apartheid Definition

Pie and Mighty

Order Wild Rice Online

First Fruits Farm Maryland

First Nation's Kitchen

Robert is the vicar of All Saints along with serving as Missioner of Indian Work & Multicultural Ministries with the Episcopal Church in Minnesota. Ritchie is a Registered Art Therapist and has worked for almost ten years at the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center with Native Women in recovery. Because of COVID19 the program has been closed.

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