Full Recording of Short Talks: Home

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Short Talks Event Recording

On January 28, four Native American Huskies took the virtual stage to share personal stories of what “home” means to them as part of UWAA’s Short Talks series. It was an inspiring evening of poignant storytelling, sharing and community. Thank you to all who tuned in to the presentation. We know many of you have been asking about a recording, and it's available here until February 14th! It includes the talks and recorded Q & A. We hope you can enjoy the show and share it with others. 



Tyson Johnston (Quinault), Vice President, Quinault Indian Nation
Dian Million (Tanana Athabascan), Associate Professor and Chair, American Indian Studies, UW
Gena Peone, ’08 (Spokane), Archivist, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Robin Little Wing Sigo, ’06 (Suquamish), Treasurer, Suquamish Tribe
MODERATOR: Casey Wynecoop, ’16 (Spokane), Assistant Director, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House, UW

Special thanks to Daymoon Productions for making the video possible and our friends at Meany Center for the Performing Arts for a safe space to capture these talks.