This year’s symposium topic is Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building.
The next series of posts will share bios and information on some of our speakers, including their websites, projects, interviews and videos.
The job of organizing a community in more than just logistics and getting things laid out and functioning. We are modeling for the community, taking a gentle approach to everything, and providing teachngs in the ways of ceremony to give space for people to find comfort in the traditional ways of our people
Tara Kappo is a nêhiyaw iskwew from the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation (Treaty 8). She is currently a student in the Master of Arts in Native Studies program at the University of Alberta, exploring beadwork, governance, and narratives. Tara is also proud to serve as a member of the Walking With Our Sisters Collective.
2016 biography from Indigenous Feminisms Website
- Tara Kappo’s Twitter feed
- Walking with our Sisters: Tara Kappo’s Project Description
- Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters
Tara Kappo is a contributor.
Wahkohtowin Learning & Practice – Beading with Tara Kappo
Walking with Our Sisters: on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women ft. Tara Kappo at Eckerd
Walking With Our Sisters – Tara Kappo
September 7, 2013: Preparing The vamps for the Edmonton exhibit and Tara comes across the
pair she made.