Farming For Justice Recording- 7Gen Food System: An Indigenous Vision for Food that Grows a Nation

This Farming for Justice discussion we were joined by Matte Wilson, Food Sovereignty Director of the Sicangu Community Development Corporation. The Sicangu Community Development Corporation is a nonprofit organization serving the Sicangu (see-CHAHN-ghoo) Lakota Oyate (oh-YAH-tay).

The Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative envisions a sovereign food system that nourishes and heals Lakota people and land for the next Seven Generations. The 7Gen Food System is an award-winning, ambitious vision that includes goals and initiatives at the individual, organizational, and governmental levels to enact lasting systemic change.

To learn more about these efforts please visit the following links:


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IG and Twitter: @sicangucdc

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