Award-Winning Multimedia Storyteller
Social Justice & Indigenous Rights Activist
Read my essay, "Origins," featuring Ptesáŋwiŋ (White Buffalo Calf Woman) in this brand new anthology.
From Lisa Peet, News and Reviews Editor, Library Journal; Senior Writer, Bloom: "Thirteen essays spotlight history’s heroines who have slipped under the radar, ranging from the legendary Lakota White Buffalo Calf Woman to pioneering black nightclub owner Ada 'Bricktop' Smith to cross-dressing Revolutionary War soldier Deborah Sampson, offering a glimpse into often-forgotten lives that have potent resonance for today’s activists, rebels, teachers, and dreamers. And their authors’ own interwoven stories offer an affirmation, at a time we need it most, that the boundaries between the personal and the political are always porous. FIERCE is indeed fierce, bursting with erudition, scholarship, and passion."
Welcome to the professional portfolio site of Taté Walker. Here, you'll find all sorts of projects I'm involved with, past, present, and future. You'll see my best and latest photography, video, and writing assignments, in addition to a wide range of causes that move me to action. I am always looking for the next great adventure, so contact me with your proposal today!