Sustainable Supper and Panel: Land, Food, Sovereignty, and Justice in Indigenous Homelands
October 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
In partnership with Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, the Urban Sustainability & Undergraduate programs invite the community to join us for a meal and panel where local indigenous leaders will talk about land, food, sovereignty, and justice.
Land, Food, Sovereignty, and Justice in Indigenous Homelands
Join us for USMA’s biannual Sustainable Supper where local indigenous leaders will talk about land, food, sovereignty, and justice. Moderated by Angela Mooney D’Arcy (Acjachemen), Executive Director of Sacred Places Institute. Free vegan dinner by Seasonal Organic Local (SOL) in consultation with the Chia Cafe Collective.
Heidi Lucerno: (Acjachemen and Mussun Ohione) Indigenous Anthropologist
Kat High: Native Californian (Hupa) and Native Cultural Educator
Tina Orduno Calderon: (Gabrieliño-Tingva and Chumash) Elder and Language Reclamation Advocate
Lorene Sisquoc: (Cahuilla/Apache) Curator of the Sherman Indian School Museum in Riverside, California
Richard Bugbee: (Payoomkawichum/Luiseno) Instructor of Ethnobotany and Ethnoecology at Kumeyaay Community College
This event will be held on campus in room A1000. Parking validation provided.
For more information or to RSVP, contact [email protected]