Gather: a new project

Gather is a new project currently in production that explores the state of Native American Food Sovereignty thru film, photography and print journalism.

Gather

Gather is a new film and journalism project on Native American Food Sovereignty.
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Heading to Minneapolis Tuesday to the Shakopee Nation for the @najournalists (Native American Journalists Assn) conference where we are doing a sneak peak of our rough cut of @gatherfilm. This is the first large audience we’ve screened anything for and I’m excited! I’m obviously not Native American and as you may have read on past posts, I feel extraordinarily lucky to be working with a number of Native producers to tell the stories of survival and resiliency and resistance in the world of “food sovereignty” in Indian Country.
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We’re anticipating finishing the film later this year but it’s a crucial part of our process to share the film in raw stages to Native experts. This week: journalists. Next week we will screen at the @fndi303 conference on food sovereignty at the Oneida Nation.
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📷 @singsinthetimber
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It's harvest time in our communities! Below are some photos of the 2019 Dasheno Family Farming Project from former Gov. Walter Dasheno of Santa Clara Pueblo, NM. Please share your harvest photos! #SowIndigenous #NativeFoods #IndigenousFoodSovereignty
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From Chef @nephi_craig at Ndée Bikíyaa, The Peoples' Farm. Western Apache corn grown from heirloom seeds from Apache families. Chef Craig will be featured in Gather. We will have an announcement about special screenings soon. #Nativefoods #indigenousfoodsovereignty
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According to a study, 7 percent of Native households said they are Native food secure, meaning they have access to Indigenous foods like pine nuts, acorns, chestnuts, huckleberries, elderberries, wild potatoes, wild mushrooms, eels, salmon, sturgeon and deer. The study also finds nearly 83 percent of households consumed Native foods at least once in the past year, yet there is a strong desire to have more access to these foods.#IndigenousFoodSovereignty #NativeFoods
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It's harvest time in our communities. Please share your hard work this season and tag your photos #SowIndigenous. We will feature you on our feed & stories. Photos from Jon Michael Naranjo of Santa Clara Pueblo, NM. #indigenousfoodsovereignty #Nativefoods First Nations Development Institute
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Our Journey Together! Our 2018 Impact Report is now out. In it we’ve highlighted Native individuals and organizations who have been on this journey with us and inspire us. We salute our supporters who made our successes possible last year. See the letter accompanying the report at http://bit.ly/2018ImpactLetter, which includes links to the full report online.