The National Farmers Union is committed to reconciliation: being truthful about our own history is vital for that process. Historian Sarah Carter’s work provides a foundation for understanding today’s issues around decolonization and reconciliation, and sheds light on how the policies of yesterday have profoundly shaped today’s reality. Dawn Morrison will connect our past with our present, and will invite us to consider how Indigenous and non-Indigenous understandings of food sovereignty can bring about a more just future. Hosted by the NFU’s Indigenous Solidarity Working Group.
This webinar on Tuesday November 10 at noon Pacific time is free of charge and open to the public, but registration is required. All webinars, socials and convention events are included in the Full Convention registration. To participate in one or more free webinars only, please choose the Webinars Only option.
Simultaneous translation (English/French) will be available.