Episode 3 Memories And Songs That Shape Our Home

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What changes are we seeing in how we gather around food with our families and interact with the people who provide it? How we more deeply understand our relationship to the earth?

Learn how ancestral knowledge informs their lives, how they navigate the complexities around food access, and how colonization and slavery impact food and the path toward resilient & equitable local food systems.

This episode bridges the wisdom of an Indigenous Land Steward and a Food Equity Educator to discuss the memories and songs that shape our homes. The Steward, Lilian Hill, is the Executive Director of the Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Institute. The Educator, Shorlette Ammons, leads the Center for Environmental Farming Systems’ committee on racial equity.

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