Gather: A film and discussion about Native American Food Sovereignty November 10th at 7pm PST from The Oregon State University Extension Master Gardener™ program register here Film is followed by
Gather: A film and discussion about Native American Food Sovereignty
November 10th at 7pm PST from The Oregon State University Extension Master Gardener™ program
Film is followed by a moderated panel discussion (beginning at approximately 8:30pm)
The film “Gather” is an intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty, while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide.
Watch the trailer for Gather here
After the film screening, we are honored to host a panel with Dr. Samantha Chisholm Hatfield and Dr. David Lewis discussing Native American resilience, plants, and the renaissance of Native food systems.
About this online event:
Gardens and gardening connect us in many ways: to where we’ve been and to who we are. To grow a plant that is inherent to our identity is a joyful and self-affirming art, whether it’s a food to eat or a flower to use in tradition and celebration. This screening of the film Gather is hosted by The Culture of Gardening, an initiative of the Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Taskforce of the OSU Master Gardener program.
The film has closed captioning available in Spanish and in English.
Tickets are free but require registration: Register online
Once you register at Kinema (link above), you’ll be provided sign-in information from Kinema. You must view the movie and discussion through Kinema at the time this event is scheduled. If you’ve seen the movie and would just like to join us for the panel discussion, please register at Kinema and plan to join at approximately 8:15pm.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm