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A space to examine settler-Indigenous relations in our region, engage with literary and expressive arts created by Indigenous peoples, and learn how to become an ally of Indigenous rights. Discussion topics include: Recognizing the Duwamish, and What is a Land Acknowledgment Anyway? Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, and contemporary Native arts.

Facilitated by Lydia Heberling, instructor of English and American Indian and Indigenous Studies at UW.

Snacks, wine, and hot beverages provided. More food and drinks available for purchase in the café.

Have questions? Want to let us know you’re coming?
Email hello@kakaoseattle.com

OTHER RESOURCES:

On Consenting to Learn in Public,” from the blog Native Appropriations by Cherokee scholar Adrienne Keene

Also check out Keene’s fabulous podcast, which she co-produces with Upper Skagit photographer Matika Wilbur, All My Relations

“Whose Land Am I On?”