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Writers at Work Series - Kali Fajardo-Anstine
The Writers at Work Series is designed to give students access to working writers in interactive settings. The initiative emphasizes the process and production of writing and offers students an opportunity not merely to hear the work of writers who are creating innovative and ambitious work, but also to hear these writers talk about the process by which this work was written and published. The series is supported by generous grants from the Center for Humanities, Education for Life, and Corridors.

This event is Co-Sponsored by Messina.

Claiming Identity as an Act of Resilience
As an intersectional Chicana feminist with roots in Indigenous, Latina, and Filipino cultures, Kali Fajardo-Anstine focuses strongly on mixed identity in her work. In a talk that engages and inspires, Fajardo-Anstine discusses the nature of claiming one’s identity, whether that be racial, familial, economic, or social. She shows audiences the power of resiliency in understanding where you come from, and draws on her experience as a mixed race woman from a working class background to underscore identity as a tool of empowerment.

Oct 5, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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