Women's History Month 2023:Telling Our Stories (2023-03-28)

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Women's History Month 2023:Telling Our Stories (2023-03-28)

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Moira Villiard (pronounced "Miri") is a multidisciplinary artist with a mixed Indigenous and settler heritage who uses art to uplift underrepresented narratives, explore the nuance of society's historical community intersections, and promote community healing spaces. Sheila Packa is a poet, writer, and teacher with Minnesota and Finnish roots. She has five books of poetry: Mother Tonuge, Echo & Lightning, Cloud Birds, Night Train Red Dust: Poems of the Iron Range, and Surface Displacements. Hannah Rey (she/they) is a Minnesota born and raised musician currently living in Duluth and playing venues up and down the shores of Lake Superior. They are a triple-threat with their strong voice, gift for songwriting, and skillful ability to interpret classic songs in their own style.


March 28, 2023; Join us for an evening of storytelling through poetry, art, music, and light refreshments. All are welcome! Kirby Ballroom; 4:30-5:30 Open Mic, featuring UMD Students; 5:30-7:00 Moira Villiard, Sheila Packa, and Hannah Rey

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UMD Women’s Resource Action Center, Women Gender & Sexuality Studies, the Commission for Women, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion

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University of Minnesota Duluth. Women's Resource and Action Center. (2023). Women's History Month 2023:Telling Our Stories (2023-03-28). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/254499.

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