Food Revolution

--- Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative ---

Food Revolution brings you stories of food sovereignty from community members and tribal food producers working to build a more just, equitable, and regenerative food system for the Sicangu Lakota Oyate - the Burnt Thigh Nation. Together, we’re building tribal sovereignty through food - and we’ve set a place at the table just for you. Join us and be a part of the Food Revolution. Produced by the Sicangu Food Sovereignty initiative, with new episodes every other week.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Empowering Indigenous Youth: A Conversation with Marla Bull Bear of Lakota Youth Development

    In this episode of Food Revolution, our host (& Director of the Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative), Matte Wilson, talks to Marla Bull Bear, Executive Director of Lakota Youth Development. Lakota Youth Development, or LYD, has been empowering Lakota youth by providing programming that reconnects them to their indigenous identity for ...


  2. What Thanksgiving Means to Me: Reflections from our Native Community

    Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of Food Revolution! In this episode, we asked our Native community members to reflect on the question "What does Thanksgiving mean to you?" In response, we received reflections on the sacrifices Native ancestors made so that they and their descendants could survive, calls for the ...


  3. Bringing the Bison Home to Rosebud: Jimmy Doyle on the Wolakota Buffalo Range Project

    In this episode, Matte Wilson from the Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative chats with Jimmy Doyle, Bison Manager of the Wolakota Buffalo Range. The Wolakota Buffalo Range is a collaboration between REDCO (the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation, the economic development arm of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe), the ...


  4. Home Gardens Feed Communities: An Audio Tour with Corrinne Sully

    In this episdode of Food Revolution, you'll be listening to an excerpt from a conversation with Corrinne Sully, a member of the Okreek community on the Rosebud Reservation as well as a food sovereignty advocate, seed saver, and the cook for the Okreek elementary school. The conversation was ...


  5. Growing our Future: A Conversation with Carmelita Sully, Master Gardener & Greenhouse Manager

    In this episode of Food Revolution, SFSI Media Coordinator Mairi Creedon chats with Carmelita Sully, a Master Gardener and Manager of the Sinte Gleska University Community Greenhouse. Originally from the Okreek community, Carm shares a bit about her background, how she came to be involved with the SGU Greenhouse and ...