Dr. Amanda Tachine
We speak with an ASU professor who, like Dr. Bryan Brayboy, was integral in the creation of Turning Points Magazine: Dr. Amanda Tachine (Diné). In this episode, Dr. Tachine shares her journey as a postdoctoral scholar at Arizona State University’s Center for Indian Education where she was able to nourish her research in supporting Native college students in higher education, and ultimately her role in the formation of a magazine by, for Native students. Check out stories from our previous issues on: https://medium.com/@turningpointsmagazine The music for today's episode was provided by Christopher Luna and the Sun Devil DRUMTIE Circle. If you are an Indigenous student attending Arizona State University and want to contribute, contact us at TurningPoints@asu.edu! Subscribe to the Turning Points Magazine Podcast in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Pocket Casts and wherever you listen to podcasts! Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/asuturningpoint/.