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Gyasi Ross Appearances in San Francisco

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

12:30-2pm UC Berkeley Multicultural Center on Bancroft Way  (Free and open to public)

 6:30-8pm Film, Food and Philosophy (Conversation on diverse issues) at AfroHouse Co-op at Cal, 2347 Prospect St, Berkeley, CA ($5- $10 donation suggested

Thursday November 7th

8:ooam Interview with Andre Soto on “Morning Mix” on KPFA, 94.9 FM

Friday, November 9

7:00pm American Indian Film Festival screening of short film Universal VIP based on a story from Don’t Know Much About Indians (but i wrote this book about us anyways). Gyasi also co-directed and co-executive produced the film.


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Gyasi Ross analyzes the Redskins debate on

Posted by on Oct 23, 2013 in News | 0 comments

An insightful contribution to the ongoing debate, even though author Gyasi Ross doesn’t have this issue on his list of priorities.

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Author Gyasi Ross Weighs In on Redskin Debate

Posted by on Oct 23, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Read the article on Indian Country Today Media Network.

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Coming Soon

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013 in News | 0 comments

This new book of stories and poems by Gyasi Ross is a worthy successor to his popular first book, Don’t Know Much About Indians (but i wrote this book about us anyways). Pre-order here now.

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Author Appearance

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Friday, October 11, 2013, 7pm

Gyasi Ross will be the featured lecturer for the Hubbard Lecture Series at the Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska at Lincoln. This event is free and open to the public.

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Zimmerman Verdict Commentary from Gyasi Ross

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Gyasi was a guest today on the Marc Steiner radio show. You can listen to the podcast here:

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Lessons in the Darkness: Young Life Unsupervised in Montana

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in News | 0 comments

We will call her “Lydia Bearback.” Lydia Bearback and I were elementary classmates on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in a town called Browning, Montana. Browning is a small town in Northern Montana with a population of a whisker over 1000. Like most Indian reservations on the Great Plains, the Blackfeet Reservation was governmentally engineered to be poor, and my family was poorer than most.

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