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Food Sovereignty in Canada- A Black Farmer’s Perspective

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Author alnationtalk
Start Date/Time 22nd Feb Thu PM 6:00 (GMT 0)
End Date/Time 22nd Feb Thu PM 7:30 (GMT 0)
Location Toronto, ON
Type Public
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Food Sovereignty in Canada- A Black Farmer’s Perspective

Date and time
Thu, Feb 22, 2024 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST

Toronto Reference Library – Beeton Hall
789 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4W 2G8 Canada

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Food sovereignty is a concept that emphasizes the rights of individuals and communities to control their food systems, including production, distribution, and consumption. From a black farmer’s perspective in Canada, food sovereignty holds immense significance as it intersects with racial justice, cultural heritage, and community empowerment.

Farmer Joe Thomas, from Atiba Farm, addresses these issues and more in his Black History Month presentation at the Toronto Reference Library.

Please note: Registration is optional, and not mandatory.

Photo Credit: Atiba Farm

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