Sondra S. Segundo-Cunningham is an author, artist and singer of the Haida language. She is an educator and has worked with youth in schools and programs throughout the Northwest, teaching art and sharing her Indigenous children’s books and songs.
Everything Sondra does tells the story of her beloved people. All of her writings, song compositions, NW Coast Native art pieces, illustrations in her books, traditional dance, cultural teachings, language preservation work and community activism are all intertwined by her passion of reclaiming her Haida culture and sharing it from an Indigenous perspective.
As long time drum and dance leader for the Haida Heritage Foundation dance group, she raised funds to help start the Haida Roots Language and Youth Arts program for her community. This program is creating space for Seattle based Haida to practice their traditional art-forms and re-learn their critically endangered Xáad Kíl (Haida language) through structured learning from local Haida elders, traditional artists and teachers.
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