“So this is what today is about. Celebrating our culture and celebrating our food and celebrating connections to each other,” said Director Lisa Sockabasin.
Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness unveiled their mobile food pantry Thursday.
The program aims to restore traditional Wabanaki food systems to support things like health, wellness, and community.
“When I think about sovereignty, I think about what it means is we protect what is sacred, and what is most sacred to me as a Wabanaki person is those relationships and the things that have sustained us,” said Penobscot Nation Tribal Ambassador Maulian Dana.
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Learn more about our Mobile Food Pantry here.