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Power & Privilege: Adrienne Keene

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Thursday, October 5, 4-6 pm, Northrop Memorial Auditorium, Best Buy Theater
Dr. Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) is a Native scholar, writer, blogger, and activist, and is passionate about reframing how the world sees contemporary Native cultures. She is the creator and author of Native Appropriations, a blog discussing cultural appropriation and stereotypes of Native peoples in fashion, film, music, and other forms of pop culture.

Through her writing and activism, Keene questions and problematizes the ways Indigenous peoples are represented, asking for celebrities, large corporations, and designers to consider the ways they incorporate "Native" elements into their work. She is very interested in the way Native peoples are using social and new media to challenge misrepresentations and present counter-narratives that showcase true Native cultures and identities. (speakoutnow.org)

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Hosted by Multicultural Student Engagement - University of Minnesota

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