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Area of Expertise: Poetry

"I think of political poets as being ink warriors. My weapon is my pen and it can be more productive for me to write a piece that speaks to the issue than to take to the streets at times. Though there are times when one needs to put down the pen and take it to the streets. "

Nicole Tanguay is a Two-Spirit woman of Cree and French descent. She has been writing poetry for over twenty years and has been published in many anthologies from Connie Fife’s Colour of Resistance to Miscegenation Blues. Nicole’s work speaks of racism and the destruction of the earth. Nicole is also a musician, playwright, and political activist. Nicole works at Native Women’s Resource Center as the interim advocacy co-ordinator. Bio from Black Coffee Poet (see reference)