My Name is LaMoosh is the life story of Warm Springs Tribal Elder Linda Meanus. She grew up with her grandma and grandpa, Flora Thompson and Chief Tommy Thompson. Linda lived with them near Celilo Falls, a mighty fishery on the Columbia that was flooded in 1957 when the Dalles Dam was completed. Linda persevered through this dramatic loss and now teaches young people about the Indigenous ways of the Columbia River. Linda will be at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute on October 13 at 11:00 am to discuss her book.
This book talk is a Pepsi Primetime event and is free and open to the public.
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