Woman Warriors Newsletter

Episode 5 with Tenille Campbell and Media Coverage

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This week I’m releasing my interview with the beautiful, funny, and creative Tenille Campbell.

A brief intro to Tenille….

Celebrating Indigenous people’s heritage, accomplishments, and beauty through the arts including photography and written word counteracts the negative stereotypes in popular media. Tenille Campbell does exactly that, and goes one step further by openly exploring the concepts of Indigenous sexuality and love.

Tenille’s voice in the arts includes Sweetmoon Photography, the blog Tea & Bannock, and her new book, #IndianLovePoems.

On today’s episode, Tenille brings her humor and wit to discuss being a self-taught photographer, and how she balances her roles as a PhD candidate, single mother, business owner, and creative.

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