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Lunch Poems presents Jules Arita Koostachin & Annie Ross

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Lunch Poems at SFU is a unique opportunity to celebrate poetry and is held the third Wednesday of every month, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

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April's Lunch Poems reading features poets Jules Arita Koostachin & annie ross.

Jules Arita Koostachin

Cree from the Ancestral lands of Moshkeko, and a band member of Attawapiskat First Nation, Dr. Jules Arita Koostachin was born in Moose Factory, Ontario, where she was raised by her Cree grandparents. She is a PhD candidate in gender, race, sexuality and social justice at UBC with a focus on Indigenous documentary practices. Her media arts practice addresses socio-political issues that urban and rural Indigenous peoples face.

annie ross

annie ross (Maya/Irish) works with and in communities, and is in love with Mother Earth and all of her natural and supernatural beings. Her "ridiculous" dream is to teach, research and create in order to spread the feeling of more love for Mother Earth and her every being. Pots and Other Living Beings is her first book of poetry.

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