Since 2015, the Earth to Tables Legacies project has brought together a small group of food activists across big differences – youth/elders, rural/urban, Indigenous/settler, Canadian/Mexican – for an exchange around food justice and food sovereignty.
We have filmed our conversations and food initiatives, culminating in a multimedia educational package that includes facilitator’s guides, further resources and commentaries by activists and academics.
We invite you to explore our ever-evolving website that introduces the 17 collaborators (Storytellers), the framing ideas of dynamic tensions and the collaborative methodology (Setting the Table) and 10 videos and 11 photo essays (Conversations) which are the heart of the exchange.
An accompanying full-colour book is forthcoming from Rowman & Littlefield in 2021.
Teachers and community activists can create programs on themes such as Indigenous-settler relations, agroecology and food sovereignty, and anti-racism in the food movement.