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Wednesday, April 20 @6 pm
WSU Visiting Writers Series welcomes author Naomi Littlebear Morena
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Naomi Littlebear Morena is a Chicana lesbian writer and musician who is featured in the seminal third-wave feminist anthology, This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. Her song, “Can’t Kill the Spirit” has been adopted in protests internationally from England to Nicaragua. In the 1980s, the Greenham Common Peace Camps adopted the song to protest the storing of nuclear cruise missiles, which lasted nearly two decades and was some 30,000 women strong.

Wednesday, April 27 @6 pm
WSU Visiting Writers Series welcomes author Inés Hernández-Avila
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Inés Hernández-Ávila (Niimiipuu/Nez Perce and Tejana), Professor, Native American Studies, UC Davis, is one of the six founders of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA). Her research focuses on the interrelationships between autonomy, the arts, spirit, and social justice, through the study of Native American/Indigenous poetry, U.S./Mexico, with a particular focus on Chiapas. She is a poet, scholar, translator, visual artist, and a member of Luk’upsíimey/The North Star Collective, a group of Niimiipuu creative writers and language workers.

Thursday, April 28 @5 pm
DTC Awards Showcase
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Join us for the Digital Technology and Culture Program’s annual awards and showcase celebration. Student work will be on display and DTC students will be honored with various awards. Open to the public with food provided.