2 performances: 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Emily Clarke, a Cahuilla Native American writer, bead artist, and activist, shares poems and stories about the role history plays in her identity as an Indigenous woman living in 21st-century society.
Emily’s work has been featured in journals such as News From Native California, Four Winds Literary Journal, Anti Heroin Chic, and Hoot Review. She has been a featured reader at events such as Indigenous Now, The Earth Was Shaken, and UCLA’s Environmentalists of Color Climate Justice Forum. Currently, Emily is studying Creative Writing at UC Riverside and is writing work exploring modern Cahuilla identity, female anatomy, social justice, and human intimacy.