Meet the Author: Chris Stark, Carnival Lights
Friday, April 30, 2021
4:00 PM PST
REGISTER at https://stark.eventbrite.com
This event is closed-captioned
Join us on Friday, April 30th at 4pm PST/6pm CST/7pm EST in honor of the forthcoming publication of Chris Stark’s new novel about missing and murdered indigenous relations. In addition to a reading by author, the event features commentary by indigenous author Julian Aguon.
About Chris: Chris Stark (Anishinaabe and Cherokee) is a grass roots organizer, author, and researcher focused on violence against Native American women and youth. She has researched and written about white supremacy and misogyny, most notably in “Strategies to Restore Justice for Sex Trafficked Native Women” and (as a co-author) “Garden of Truth: The Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women in Minnesota.”
Co-sponsored by Repair and the UCLA American Indian Studies Center. The event is open to the public, and is closed-captioned. Admission is free/sliding scale. Donations are welcome and appreciated to offset event costs. Additional questions about disability access? Contact Repair: email@example.com