Storytellers

An intercultural collective of food activists

Who are the storytellers in the videos you’ll see and the photo essays you’ll read? We are a small group of people who came together, through personal contacts over the years, because we share a common passion around food and a commitment to food justice and food sovereignty.


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Production Creation Stories

Personal and political roots of the Legacies Project

As the co-editors and co-directors of this book and accompanying multi-media platform, we each bring a different perspective of what the project is and how it came to be. Our creation stories are both personal and political.

Food Icons

Our personal connections to food

Each collaborator in the Earth to Tables Legacies project has a unique story, sense of place, and connection to food sovereignty.

Each of us chose a food-related icon (plant, animal, insect, container) that we identify with. These choices reveal personal passions, histories, and personalities. And they also highlight the interrelation between people and food sources: how people shape food, and food shapes people.

Food Icons

Our personal connections to food

Each collaborator in the Earth to Tables Legacies project has a unique story, sense of place, and connection to food sovereignty.

Each of us chose a food-related icon (plant, animal, insect, container) that we identify with. These choices reveal personal passions, histories, and personalities. And they also highlight the interrelation between people and food sources: how people shape food, and food shapes people.

Our Migration Stories

When we gathered for the third time as a group at Six Nations in July, 2019, we shared our diverse histories of migration along with a food icon that we identified with.

Our Migration Stories

When we gathered for the third time as a group at Six Nations in July, 2019, we shared our diverse histories of migration along with a food icon that we identified with.