Inspired by the tragic recent discovery of mass graves of Indigenous children in Canada, this gathering aims to recognize the women and children erased by settler colonialism through a medicine wheel ritual and sharing of Indigenous poetry. Oglala Lakota and National Books Critics Circle Award winner Layli Longsoldier will read alongside Suquamish writer Cedar Sigo, Eastern Shawnee poet and teacher Laura Da', and several others.
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