August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Hoopa Food Sovereignty: Students maintain traditional sustainable foodways


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Hoopa Food Sovereignty - Good habits formed at youth make all the difference!


'If the fish and the deer die, our people die.'

Intertribal Agricultural Council, Students Rebuild and Global Nomads Group are excited to introduce you to Robert and Emily Baldy— siblings and members of the Hoopa Valley Tribe in Hoopa Valley, California Together with their family and community, Robert and Emily are incorporate both culturally traditional and sustainable foodways on a daily basis, in homage to the land and their ancestors.
https://youtu.be/XxF2-Pdb75c
The video was created by Students Rebuild as part of students addressing hunger. Through addressing hunger students will take part in the project to make art recipes and send them into the Bezos Family Foundations. The art recipe proceeds go towards student-led projects around the world funded by the Bezos Foundation.
Students Rebuild
Intertribal Agricultural Council, Students Rebuild and Global Nomads Group are excited to introduce you to Robert and Emily — siblings and members of the Hoopa Valley Tribe in Hoopa Valley, CA. Together with their family and community, Robert and Emily’s incorporate both culturally traditional and sustainable foodways on a daily basis, in homage to the land and their ancestors. Learn more about how to support organizations like Intertribal Agriculture Council by joining the Students Rebuild Hunger Challenge from September 17, 2019 - June 5, 2020. For more information, visit us at www.studentsrebuild.org/hunger


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