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Start the semester with Indigenous creativity. The Labriola Center with Two Spirit storyteller/creative writer Taté Walker (Mniconjou Lakota) would like to invite the ASU community to a Virtual Open House/Open Mic night: Indigenous Matriarch Poetry edition.
Come listen to creative Indigenous voices online and learn about the Labriola Center. Local and regional writers will be sharing published and unpublished original work. We encourage community participation and welcome various subject matters.
Taté Walker (they/them) is Mniconjou Lakota and a citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. They are an award-winning Two Spirit storyteller for outlets like “The Nation,” “Everyday Feminism," “ANMLY” and “Indian Country Today.” Their work appears in “FIERCE: Essays by and About Dauntless Women” (winner Nautilus Book Award and Publisher’s Weekly BookLife Prize), and their first full-length book, “Thunder Thighs & Trickster Vibes,” is forthcoming from Mango Publishing.