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NYU NATIVE STUDENTS HOST INDIGENOUS FOOD SOVEREIGNTY GATHERING: JOIN US FOR LIVESTREAM BROADCAST
Indigenous chefs, scholars, historians, and film-makers talk: food, culture, and identities.
New York, NY: October 22, 2017: Organizers host inaugural Indigenous Food Sovereignty Gathering at New York University on Saturday, October 28th 2017 from 1pm-5pm (EST).
Join our livestream broadcast at: http://bit.ly/indigenousgfoodlive
Featured speakers: Chef Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota) of The Sioux Chef Company, Elizabeth Hoover (Mi’kmaq & Mohawk Descendancy), Manning Assistant Professor at Brown University, Peter Jemison (Seneca Haudenosaunee), Historic Site Manager at Ganondagan State Historic Site, Chef Kini Kahauolopua (Native Hawaiian), Chef at St. Regis New York, and Angelo Baca (Diné/Hopi), NYU PhD Student/Film-maker.
Co-convened and co-facilitated by Angelo Baca and Alex Jimerson with support from Hi‘ilei Hobart.
Event Sponsorship: by the NYU Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, Native Studies Forum, and American Indian Community House.
Use hashtags #IndigFoodNYU #NYUFoodSov on Twitter to participate in discussion during Q&A!