Voices and Visions of Indigenous Terra Madre

by Swift Foundation on January 25, 2017

Indigenous Terra Madre is the gathering of indigenous communities and supporters that form part of the Slow Food movement. In November of 2015, representatives of 148 tribes from 58 countries gathered in Shillong, Khasiland, Meghalaya, India, to share information, strategies and resources around indigenous food and biocultural diversity. This video produced by The Cultural Conservancy, the Christensen Fund, and the Swift Foundation, shares some of their voices and visions. Click here to watch the 7-minute video.

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