March 14, 2024 | 3 – 5 p.m. | Register here

Join PMRCAA resident Natasha Varner for a reading and workshop designed to explore the questions: How did we come to be settlers in the places we call home? And how do we begin to grapple with our own settler legacies? Varner will open the event with a brief talk and reading about her family’s settler history, then guide participants through a facilitated dialogue and writing/reflection exercises.

About the Artist: Dr. Natasha Varner (She/Her) – Seattle, WA

Dr. Natasha Varner is a historian and writer whose bylines include The Nation, Atlas Obscura, Public Radio International, and Jacobin. Her first book, La Raza Cosmética: Beauty, Identity, and Settler Colonialism in Postrevolutionary Mexico, was a finalist for the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association’s Best First Book Award in 2021.

Event is free, but space is limited and prior registration is required.

What to Bring:

– notebook, pen/pencil for notes

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Published On: March 1st, 2024 / Categories: Uncategorized /