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Relational Accountability for Indigenous Rematriation (RAIR): Creating food sovereignty through rematriation, land sharing, and relationship building

Relational Accountability for Indigenous Rematriation (RAIR): Creating food sovereignty through rematriation, land sharing, and relationship building

indigenous people blocking a railway

Principal Investigator: Sarah Rotz.

Funding: SSHRC Insight Development Grant.

Term: 2019-2022.

The purpose of this RAIR Collective research project is to support grassroots Indigenous rematriation and (re)connection to land. It supports the convergence of food sovereign peoples in ways that advance dialogue and action for Indigenous land rematriation. This work centres Indigenous women and two-spirit presence, experiences and relationships to land and traditional territories. In turn, the work is grounded in emergent feminist, decolonial, and activist methodologies.

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