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Basement Revue: Lee Maracle takes the stage

Maracle is joined by her daughter Columpa Bobb and musician Jennifer Castle for a spontaneous spoken word piece

 

Lee Maracle is a venerable author, teacher, academic and mentor, and has published numerous fiction, non-fiction and poetry books over her long career. Maracle was born in Vancouver and is a member of the Sto:Lo Nation. She is a strong advocate for Indigenous rights and for the well-being of Indigenous women.

For the Basement Revue on December 18, 2014, Maracle was joined by her daugher Columpa Bobb and Canadian musician Jennifer Castle. Watch and introduction by Jason Collett and Damian Rogers as well as the performance above. 

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