Three Native American professionals on how they deal with bias and lack of representation

By Kate Sanders

This article previously posted on Fast Company during Native American Heritage Month.

When Tanaya Winder earned her Master of Fine Arts in 2012, she knew she wanted to make a living writing and performing spoken word. But without any blueprint to follow, she questioned whether she’d be able to translate all the years she’d spent studying creative writing and poetry into a viable career.


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