FALL LUNCHEON & BOOK SIGNING
**SOLD OUT** Our Fall Luncheon has sold out. Consider joining us for our book signing and social hour! This is your chance to meet Matika and get your copy of Project 562 signed by her. Appetizers with cash bar will be available.
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Thursday, October 26th
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BOOK SIGNING AND SOCIAL HOUR: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm*
La Crosse Center – South Hall Ballroom
300 2nd St S, La Crosse, WI
Be engaged, inspired and entertained as we celebrate our collective power to uplift women and girls and bring meaningful change to our community.
This year Women’s Fund welcomes keynote speaker Matika Wilbur, a visual storyteller from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington. She is the founder and photographer of Project 562, a documentary project dedicated to changing the way we see Native America.
NEW! Meet Matika and have your pre-purchased copy of Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America signed by the author.*
* Separate ticket required. Tickets are limited. A limited number of books will be available for purchase at the event. Books can also be purchased locally at Pearl Street Books, or click here to purchase online.
Matika Wilbur is a critically acclaimed social documentarian and photographer from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington.
Wilbur is best known for her photography project, Project 562, a crowd-funded initiative to visit, engage, and photograph people from over 562 sovereign Tribal Nations in North America, is her fourth major creative venture elevating Native American identity and culture.
She co-hosts the All My Relations podcast with Dr. Adrienne Keene as a platform that invites guests to
delve into subjects facing Native peoples today and explore the connections between land, non-human relatives, and one another. She has offered over 300 keynotes at such places as Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, Google, TED Talks, and the National Education Association. She is a
National Geographic Explorer.