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Food Sovereignty

February 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CST

FREE

Electa Hare-RedCorn, MSW is an enrolled member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and of Inhanktowan Dakota descendancy. She resides in Pawhuska, OK with her partner and three children. Mrs. Hare-RedCorn’s strengths include policy analyses and youth-led programming and leadership development for agricultural and rural children, youth, and families. She serves the Eastern Oklahoma Region of the Intertribal Agriculture Council as a Technical Assistance Specialist. In this role, she provides technical assistance for USDA, Natural Resource Conservation Services, and agricultural development projects. Electa is a SeedKeeper for the Pawnee Seed Preservation Society under PSPS founders Deb EchoHawk and Ronnie O’Brien. Her passion is in assisting with homeland mentorships, food sovereignty, and citizen science efforts. In addition, Electa serves on the Board of Directors for the Tanka Fund and the Indian Land Tenure Foundation.

Alivia Moore | Kinalokiqew (They open eyes wide), she//they, of the Penobscot Nation, is a two-spirit community organizer committed to restoring balanced relationship with the earth. As co-founder of Eastern Woodlands Rematriation, they support the revitalization of indigenous food & healing systems, including the development of the Wabanaki Community Apothecary, Rematriation School & Indigenous Birthwork Reclaimation. She organizes with Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance, and serves on the board of Wabanaki REACH. Alivia is dedicated to child welfare system abolition and fosters native children.

Details

Date:
February 2
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CST
Cost:
FREE
Website:
https://www.ip3action.org/actioncamp/

Venue

Zoom Meeting

Organizer

Indigenous People’s Power Project
Email:
info@ip3action.org
View Organizer Website