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.
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.
Land and the Food that Grows On It
Out of a history of colonial food weaponization emerges a thriving movement of Indigenous food sovereignty.