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*DIGITAL* Global Food Sovereignty, from Resilience to Reclamation

November 3
7:00 pm

Manchester Community Library
Native American woman with two sheep in a pasture
Note: due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this talk will only be offered online, via Zoom. Advance registration is required for this event. Register for this free talk.

The global food system is marked by Black land loss, the dispossession of Indigenous territory, and violence against land defenders. But grassroots movements around the world are building communities of care against these harmful systems. Foodways researcher Veronica Limeberry describes how these communities honor the sovereignty of their peoples and ecologies.

Hosted by the Manchester Community Library.

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About Veronica Limeberry

Veronica Limeberry, a half-Cherokee native of Western North Carolina, is professionally a doctoral student studying the intersections of indigenous land rights, agrobiodiversity, and sustainable food systems. She has worked with women and indigenous peoples in nine countries, founded a food justice nonprofit in East Tennessee, and teaches International Relations and Global Food and Agriculture as a university lecturer.

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Manchester Community Library
138 Cemetery Ave
Manchester Center, 05255 United States


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