Episode 78: Taté Walker--a Two Spirit feminist

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On today’s episode, our guest is Taté Walker, a Lakota citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. They are a banner-waving Two Spirit feminist, Indigenous rights activist, and a published and award-winning storyteller for outlets like Everyday Feminism, Feminist Humanist Alliance, Native Peoples magazine, and Indian Country Today. Taté uses their 15 years of experience working for daily newspapers, social justice organizations, and tribal education systems to organize students and professionals around issues of critical cultural competency, anti-racism/anti-bias, and inclusive community building. We speak with Taté today about their work in using storytelling and art to create social change.

During our conversation, Taté and I referenced the following resources and topics:

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