22-3 Spring 2011 – “Food Sovereignty” Table of Contents

Feb 15th, 2011 | By | Category: 22-3: Food Sovereignty, Spring 2011, Archives


Building on Tradition – Tribal colleges can lead the way to food sovereignty
By John Phillips Knowing that food sovereignty is an expression of tribal sovereignty, tribal college land grant educators learn from the past while banking on the future.SUBSCRIBERS ONLY

Native Nutrition – Northwest Indian Treatment Center honors culture to heal the mind
By Elise Krohn Incorporating culture—as well as gardening and high-quality food—into treatment honors the healing process of patients at Northwest Indian Treatment Center.SUBSCRIBERS ONLY

Wild Food Summit – Anishinaabe relearning traditional gathering practices
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen With its annual Wild Foods Summit, White Earth Tribal and Community College restores knowledge of healthy eating.SUBSCRIBERS ONLY

Indian Country Fellows – Foundations pool resources to support TCU faculty dissertations, research
By Rachael Marchbanks The American Indian College Fund helps TCU faculty members conduct research and complete their Ph.Ds—and tackle unique challenges.SUBSCRIBERS ONLY


Dear Readers: “Lifelong Champion Scheirbeck Remembered”
By Carrie Billy, J.D.

Editor’s Essay: “Sharing the Harvest, Sustaining the Community”
By Laura Paskus

Profile: Delana Joy Farley
By Barbara Ellen SorensenSUBSCRIBERS ONLY

Talking Circle: Unifying the College and the Community through LiteratureSUBSCRIBERS ONLY
By Ryan Winn

Voices: “Lessons in Education – and Beauty”SUBSCRIBERS ONLY
By Jerry Worley, Ed.D.

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Ryan Winn, Dr. James J. Garrett (Lakota), Bradley Shreve, and Michael W. Simpson

Resource Guide
By Michael W. Simpson, J.D., M.Ed.

Native Recipes with Natural Ingredients

Special advertising section: Cankdeska Cikana Community College

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