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Unsettling Settler Food Movements: Food Sovereignty and Decolonization in Canada

This excerpt is taking from the article: This article examines the connections between agriculture, alternative food movements, and settler colonialism. In particular, I examine how settler agriculture and control of food throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries has been used as a tool of colonization, and how food sovereignty offers a corrective to the imposition of Western, colonial, gendered, and racialized foodways.

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Zoe Matties

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