In celebration of Women's History Month, native poets Celeste Adame, Natalie Díaz, and Nilka Wherrette, will be reading poetry for I'M/MIGRATION Unplugged. The showcase carves out space for native woman poets to reflect on sociopolitical, economic and cultural boundaries.
The event is at the Duwamish Longhouse, a regional resource for tribal members, researchers, teachers and students interested in Duwamish history and culture.
I'M/MIGRATION Unplugged: Poetry by Native Poets, Wed, Mar 18, 7pm, Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center, 4705 West Marginial Way SW, Free
Participants include: Diane Sugimura, director of the Department of Planning and Development, former Seattle mayor Greg Nickels, and Rebecca Saldaña, executive director of Puget Sound Sage.
Advance Notice for March 30
A parklet takes a few on-street parking spots and opens them to the public in potentially fun and functional ways. Think a few tables, a little greenery, a ping pong table. Why not?
The deadline to fill out an application has been extended to Monday, Mar 30.
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