These are our Intergenerational stories of Indigenous Womxnhood.
Summer of 2020, while the world was social distancing, Kassie began building a sisterhood of visual representation showcasing the social, cultural, and interconnected ways of being an Indigenous Womxn. This illustration series seeks to carry on our legacies of joy, medicine, and community.
Features & Publications of the Indigenous Womxnhood Series:
Lassonde Entrepreneure Institue, "Student Innovation @ the U!" 2022
Design Arts Utah 2021, Virtual Exhibition Selection & Feature
Take a moment and become an advocate
A showcase of the multifaceted forms of Indigenous leadership from Congress to our Native Youth.

The young womxn in the illustration above, Okimaskwew Baker, embodies her name. Given to her by her family and relations, Okimaskwew translates in Cree language as "Chief Woman," this is the legacy she will carry.

Celebrating legacies through dance and creating imprints of Indigneous Womxnhood resprenstaion in public spaces

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