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The Indigenous woman behind a new Native kitchen

The Indigenous woman behind a new Native kitchen

Update: 2021-11-17
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Lisa Fruichantie (citizen of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) has served as a vibrant connector within her communities since she started her first business at 13. Last year Lisa put those skills to work as the new executive director for the restaurant and arts venue Alma in Tacoma, Washington, the traditional lands of the Puyallup peoples. In this episode, find out why it was important for Lisa to draw upon her Indigenous network as she expanded her team, and what it has been like to bring her dream of a Native-focused menu to life.  Host:  Jessica Ramirez. Producer: Rachel Lam. Story editor: Jenny Asarnow.

Resource: Alma Tacoma

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The Indigenous woman behind a new Native kitchen

The Indigenous woman behind a new Native kitchen

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