NEA Big Read Partner 2021
About Myra Khan
Myra Khan (she/her) is a current undergraduate junior at ASU majoring in Sustainability and minoring in Political Science and Transborder Studies as well as the Lead Student Archivist of the ASU Library Community-Driven Archives (CDA). She has been on the CDA team since February 2019 and works on expanding access to educational archival materials for marginalized communities. In the future, Myra hopes to apply to law school and apply her experiences to studying public interest law.
Find Events with Myra Khan
Dispatches from the Field: Students Archivists and BIPOC Memory
Mia Johnson, Myra Khan, Lourdes Pereira, Elizabeth Quiroga, Jessica Salow
Type & Genre: Conversation, Panel, Q&A, Talk; American Indian, Community, Family History, History, Indigenous
About NEA Big Read
NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. This event is presented as part the NEA Big Read: Phoenix, celebrating Indigenous literary arts and culture in the Valley with over 25 talks, workshops, performances, book clubs, art exhibits other virtual events inspired by The Round House by Louise Erdrich. NEA Big Read: Phoenix is presented by the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University with additional support from Arizona Humanities, Phoenix Public Library, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Humanities Division at ASU. Find events, meet our partners, and start reading today at http://piper.asu.edu/big-read.
Support Indigenous Communities
The Phoenix Indian Center is the oldest American Indian non-profit organization of its kind in the United States, providing workforce development, cultural enrichment, and other vital services to Indigenous communities throughout the Valley for over 70 years. To support their work, visit their website at https://phxindcenter.org/financial-support/, click the donate button, enter an amount, and enter "NEA Big Read" in the description. Please consider making a gift to the Phoenix Indian Center today.