SUSTENANCE SUPPORTER TOOLKIT

SUSTENANCE SUPPORTER TOOLKIT

A digital source of insights on how allied individuals and organizations can better support and act in solidarity with Indigenous sustenance sovereignty efforts within what is colonially referred to as Canada

this toolkit is not supported on mobile devices

ABOUT

DISCLAIMER

Purpose

a note on language

fOOD SECURITY, FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, AND INDIGENOUS SUSTENANCE SOVEREIGNTY

APPROPRIATION OF 

seeds, material culture, and knowledges

aboriginal law and carceral state violence

racism and violence against Indigenous Womxn, girls, Two-Spirit people, and the land

market-based approaches to food insecurity and resistance/resilience to capitalism

restoring and restorying 

pre/decolonial ways of relating and decision making

current GRANt MODELS VS FUTURE GENERATION PROJECTS

labour justice and a different way of funding

KNOWLEDGE

TRANSMISSION

AND CAPACITY

intergenerational 

learning and 

knowledge access

accomplicity building

unsettling,

disrupting, and leveraging privilege

Territorial displacement and dispossession, reparations and rematriation

suggested CITATION