Nation to Nation: Indigenous Voices on Reckoning and Reconciliation

14 May 2022
3:30 pm ET
AIA Center for Architecture
 $20
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Centering some of the leading Indigenous women writers and thinkers working across Turtle Island and Aotearoa today, this conversation is a deep dive into this moment of reckoning in Indigenous sovereignty and reconciliation with award-winning writer and journalist Tanya Talaga (Seven Fallen Feathers, All our Relations), Maori poet Tayi Tibble (Poūkahangatus, Rangikura), and writer and Director of the MFA in Creative Writing at IAIA (Institute of American Indian Arts) Deborah Taffa. Moderated by journalist Connie Walker, host of the Gimlet podcast Stolen: The Search for Jermain. ASL interpretation provided by Pro Bono ASL.

Co-presented with California African American Museum. Presented in association with the Consulate General of Canada, Featherston Booktown, Verb Wellington, and ReadNZ.

Connie Walker headshot
Connie Walker
Tayi Tibble headshot
Tayi Tibble
Tanya Talaga headshot
Tanya Talaga
Deborah Taffa headshot
Deborah Taffa