"What are you up to?" (last updated 1/1/21)

Currently

  • Coming off of the 2020 general election, I am working with the Sunrise Movement to best support organizers in Georgia. I continue to facilitate phonebanks, and am helping craft our deep canvassing strategy. 

Recently

  • I was a reader for a play competition.

  • I transcribed interviews for Caridad Svich's new book.

  • I facilitated a conversation between Christina Haswood and Larissa Fasthorse on Sunday, September 27 as a fundraiser for Christina's run for Kansas State House. At age 26, Christina is now the youngest current member of the Kansas Legislature and only its second current Native American member.

  • I spoke to 700+ people at the Sunrise Movement's 2020 general election campaign launch and took over their Instagram to speak about phonebanking twice.

  • For my work with MAP Fund, I was on a panel for Aye Defy and the Arts Administrators of Color Network. 

  • I was contracted to help an established theatre artist find a personal assistant. 

  • I read stage directions for Lane Michael Stanley's rain falls special on me, directed by Graham Schmidt. 

  • I was the Assistant Director for a workshop of Tatiana Pandiani's Azul Otra Vez at the O'Neill's 2020 National Music Theater Conference

Life

  • I reside in NYC (Lenape land) but am currently at my parents' house in Texas (Kiikaapoi / Wichita land), treasuring time spent with my two favorite people. I'm learning how to garden. I'm reading How To Do Nothing by Jenny Odell, This Bridge Called My BackA People's History of the Supreme Court by Peter Irons, De Colores Means All of Us by Elizabeth Martínez, and On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong. Other recent texts include Angela Davis's Are Prisons Obsolete?, Judith Levine and Erica Meiners' The Feminist and the Sex Offender, Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits, and Chuck Rocha's Tio Bernie.

  • I am listening to the podcasts You're Wrong About, Reply All, Why Is This Happening?, Deconstructed, Think, and any podcast with Mariame Kara. 

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