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Presented By: School of Social Work, Community Action Social Change Undergraduate Minor

The Storyteller's Workshop Series

Music as the Storyteller: Annie Humphry and the process for the singer/ songwriter

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No musical experience necessary!

3rd workshop in three-part participatory workshop series using creativity and storytelling to explore tradition, culture, Indigeneity, and resistance. This workshop will be an intimate concert followed by a short workshop with questions and answer session.

Annie Humphrey (Ojibwe) is a grandmother, mother, singer, songwriter, and visual artist who was born and raised on the Leech Lake Reservation in Northern Minnesota. She has been recording work for three decades and was named Artist of the Year at the 2018 Native American Music Awards. Her latest album, “Eat What You Kill,” was released in 2019. It is a meditation on accountability and gratitude. https://www.womenspress.com/a-conversation-with-annie-humphrey/
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