Yulu Ewis, is an Indigenous Rights/Social Justice Activist, and author of ‘Ope, which won the 2018 Native Writer’s Circle of the Americas/Returning the Gift Annual First Book Award in Poetry. Yulu (Coast Miwok and Pomo) is a proud member of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and has been given the honor to serve on the board of Puvunga Wetlands Protectors, among other environmental groups.
Her educational background consists of a Certificate from UCLA in Pre-Tribal Law & Working within Contemporary Tribal Nations, Bachelor of History & Political Science from Concordia University, Bachelor of Science in Communication from University of Phoenix, Master of Science in Legal Studies from Kaplan University, a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from National University and is currently obtaining a Master of Legal Studies in Indigenous People’s Law at the University of Oklahoma. She currently works as the Editor-in-Chief of Bear Tracks Publishing & News Corporation. You can find her work in various magazines, journals and blogs.
For more information visit Yuluewis.com