Join FoodShare Toronto, whose work aims to acknowledge and actively work to dismantle systemic forms of oppression that are omnipresent in the food system. For a conversation featuring four Black women leading the call for Black food sovereignty in Canada, the U.S.A., and the United Kingdom we will discuss the ways in which colonialism, anti-Black racism, capitalism, white supremacy, and patriarchy are among the organizing principles embedded in the food system. Through our panelists’ uniquely valuable perspectives and experiences, we’ll explore what Black food sovereignty means, why it is important, and how we can collectively work to advance it.
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