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Food Access and Sovereignty in the Urban Landscape

  • 07 Jan 2021
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  • 21 Jan 2021
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  • 2 sessions
  • 07 Jan 2021, 7:00 PM 8:30 PM (EST)
  • 21 Jan 2021, 7:00 PM 8:30 PM (EST)
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  • Attend the online learning session on Food Access and Sovereignty in the Urban Landscape, led by Cheyenn Sun of Sundance Farms
  • Please don't let cost be a barrier to participation.

    Your participation in this series is more important to us than a registration fee.

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The third learning session in the SOUL Equity series, this one will be led by Cheyenne Sundance of Sundance Harvest.

"Sundance Harvest is a food justice centered, year-round, urban farm located in Toronto, Ontario. Sundance Harvest strives to provide resources, knowledge and guidance to start your own food and land sovereignty movements, create your own urban farming practice and to eradicate institutionalized racism within the food system."

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Cheyenne's Presentation Will Include:

All about Sundance

How Sundance Harvest got started, why it got started, roadblocks, where it's going and of course, why Sundance Harvest matters in terms of equity and justice.

Breaking Down and Digesting Food Justice and its Place in a Equitable Urban Landscape

Food security, food justice and food sovereignty. Connecting them and helping participants understand how each work and how they are very different through some real life examples and experiences.

Examples of Equitable Food Access in an Urban Landscape

In this section, Cheyenne will explore different types of urban farms, Indigenous led food systems, composting projects and community based projects that center those who are most affected in the food system. She will break down how they work and provide examples from each project that can be utilized in your own practice.

Moving Forward

Detailed, actionable steps that participants can take within the existing food system. Ex: actionable items for a neighbour who would like to see more equitable access in their local community garden etc.

Q+A

The related discussion session will be at the same time, two weeks after Cheyenne's presentation.

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