Tate Walker is Lakota and a citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. They are a banner-waving Two Spirit feminist and Indigenous rights activist, and a published and award-winning storyteller for outlets like Everyday Feminism, Feminist Humanist Alliance, Native Peoples magazine, Indian Country Today, and many more. Armed with a master's degree in administrative science from the University of South Dakota, an English- communications degree from Fort Lewis College, and black coffee(!), Tate uses their 15 years of experience working for daily newspapers, social justice organizations, and tribal education systems to organize students and professionals around issues of critical cultural competency, anti-racism/anti-bias, and inclusive community building. Find out more at www.jtatewalker.com and connect with them on Twitter at @MissusTWalker.
Thunder Thighs and Trickster Vibes: Essays on Immigration, Gender and Equality