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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

2-3pm ET

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Featuring: James Beard Leadership Award Winner and Director of the Food and Environment Program Dr. Ricardo Salvador (Zapotec), Union of Concerned Scientists Attorney, Judge, and Traditional Food Advocate Hillary Renick (Pomo/Paiute) Kalen Goodluck, High Country News and Moderated by A-dae Romero-Briones, First Nations Development Institute, Longmont, CO.

People of color, including Indigenous people, are often cited as having poor health and bad diets. Yet present-day diets are often a result of long-standing circumstances that influence access, availability, and food choices. This webinar will explore the consequences of historical inequities for today’s generation as well as current food options.

Food Sovereignty Sustainability

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