Join the first-ever UW Reading Indigenously book club

Fire Keepers Daughter book coverWunk Sheek, TLAM, and the Native Nations Wellbeing Group are excited to announce we are hosting our first ever Reading Indigenously Book Club. For our first book, we will be reading New York Times Bestseller Firekeeper’s Daughter.

This program is intended for Native, Indigenous, First Nations students, staff, and faculty. Reading Indigenously is a book club to discuss indigenous books. Our monthly meetings will have a hybrid format. The two meetings for this book are currently scheduled for February 21 and March 21 at 4 p.m.

If you are interested please fill out this form for more information.

Want to join but don’t have the book? We got you! You can pick up a free copy from any of the following staff and offices who are supporting Reading Indigenously.

Serena Cisneros @
MHS – 333 East Campus Mall, 7th floor

Bobbi Skenandore @
AISCC – 215 N. Brooks St

Laura Hiebing
@ ACTS – 1305 Linden Drive (Middleton Building), Room 224

Lina Martin @
HSLC – 750 Highland Ave, Ste 1110

*Other arrangements can be requested when filling out the form.