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3 comments:

  1. Hello Jessica,
    Hope this message finds you well. I reached out to you before hoping for a radio interview but the timing didn't work out for you. I'm hoping we can have that interview perhaps in December. I have a program on Dec 9th from 7-8pm PST. Would want to talk fashion and anything you think the Bay Native Circle audience should know. You can find us on Facebook (Bay Native Circle 94.1), and you can find me there as well (or just google search).
    Please let me know if this is of interest. Take care, talk soon!

    -Eddie Madril

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  2. hello, sending love your way i would like an opportunity to possibly model some clothing , do you also do a mens fashion line? thank you Eagle Tail...Lakota Nakota Dakota Oyate" eagle2ailh@gmail .com

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  3. Hello Jessica!

    I wanted to extend an invitation for you to join us for a Community Conversation featuring Arena Stage Artistic Director Molly Smith, Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle and select cast members of Sovereignty. The event is free and open to the public, and the discussion will surround themes and topics in the play including history of Cherokee Nation, the 2013 Violence Against Women Act and sovereignty of tribal land. The event will take place on Tuesday, December 12 at 7:00pm at Arena Stage.

    The event is FREE, but reservations are requested. Please RSVP by email to press@arenastage.org.

    Mary Kathryn Nagle’s daring new work, which debuts as the fourth production in Arena Stage’s Power Plays initiative, travels the intersections of personal and political truths, historic and present struggles. Sarah Ridge Polson, a young Cherokee lawyer fighting to restore her Nation’s jurisdiction, must confront the ever-present ghosts of her grandfathers. With shadows stretching from 1830s Cherokee Nation (now present-day Georgia) and Andrew Jackson’s White House to the Cherokee Nation in present-day Oklahoma, Sovereignty asks how high the flames of anger can rise before they ultimately consume the truth, and runs January 12-February 18. More info can be found here: arenastage.org/shows-tickets/the-season/productions/sovereignty/

    Best,

    Skye Lindberg (slindberg@arenastage.org)

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