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Anpa'o Locke

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Anpa'o Locke is an Afro-Indigenous writer and filmmaker, who is Húŋkpapȟa Lakota & Ahtna Dené, and she comes from the Standing Rock Nation. She is currently located on Tiwa territory in Albuquerque. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a Film Studies major, whose work has been creating films on the Native diaspora experience and a critical analysis of Indigenous activism and environmentalism. From 2018 to 2019, she was a fellow for AWAKE Youth Media Fellowship. AWAKE Youth Media created the fellowship after the Mni Wiconi protests; as a fellow, she finished and fulfilled a film project based on Urban Natives living in New York City. In February 2021, She won “Best Experimental” at the Five College Film Festival for her film, “Representation”.