Tabitha Robin is a mixed ancestry Swampy Cree iskwew. She is an assistant professor in the faculty of land and food systems at the University of British Columbia.  

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    Can you do good work in Indigenous communities with bad money?

    When settler non-profits take bad money and attempt to use it to do good things in Indigenous communities, they reduce reconciliation to something imagined and managed by settler governments, non-profits, and corporations.

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    Land and the Food that Grows On It

    Out of a history of colonial food weaponization emerges a thriving movement of Indigenous food sovereignty.