Contemporary and Traditional Native American Hand Made
Open Daily (510) 528-9038
1412 Solano Avenue Albany CA 94706

Indigenous Women Speak Out: The Borders Crossed Us, Imaginary Lines & Migrants

Saturday March 5, 2016 7:00 PM - Saturday March 5, 2016 7:00 PM

An evening of spoken word with some of the most well known Native American women poets in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Join us for the most popular event of the year!  Our theme this year comes out of a collaboration with the Abrams Claghorn Gallery, at 1251 Solano Avenue, which is hosting an exhibit titled "Crossing to Safety" from March 3rd to 31st, which draws upon 12 artists and their family's journeys to and settlement in a new land.  Click for details here.

There will be a raffle to raise money for our Indigenous sisters in Ecuador fighting for their survival in a battle against two Chinese oil companies.  Raffle tickets are $3.00 each, 2 for $5.00, 4 for $10, and 9 for $20.  The raffle prize is a Navajo sandpainting by either Joe Ben, Jr. or his son Zack Ben, valued at $300.

Poets Include:

Kim Shuck

Lucille Lang Day

Alta Moore

Deezbaa O'Hare

Sirama Bajo

Pennie Opal Plant

Limited seating for elders and those with limited mobility.  Floor seating, feel free to bring a small pillow to sit on.  Arrive early for best seating. 


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