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The Red Nation Podcast

Dec 31, 2019

The elder Dakota writer Elizabeth Cook-Lynn talks about the politics of Indigenous language, writing, the Dakota literary tradition, and her new memoir In Defense of Loose Translations: An Indian Life in an Academic World. This talk was part of a series of talks celebrating Oceti Sakowin writers of the Oak Lake Writers Society:

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