Award-Winning Author, Cultural Educator, Storyteller & Citizen of the Nipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts
Larry Spotted Crow Mann is a nationally acclaimed author and citizen of the Nipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts. He is an award-winning writer, poet, cultural educator, traditional storyteller, and tribal musician centered around the intersection of cultural and environmental awareness, spirituality, and youth sobriety in the Indigenous community Read More >
Novel Ideas with Larry Spotted Crow Mann
Award-Winning Author and Storyteller, Larry Spotted Crow Mann has dedicated his life to Native American sovereignty and preserving the independence and history of Indigenous identity. The art of Native American storytelling has been passed down for thousands of years from generation to generation, helping to preserve the traditions and ideals of Indigenous communities around the world. Sharing stories from his internationally acclaimed debut book Tales from the Whispering Basket, and other literature and collections, Mann’s oracle depiction of the Nipmuc people teach us lessons of love, courage, kindness, respect, humility, truth, and wisdom. By connecting these stories with today’s most talked about and debated issues, Mann helps audiences bridge the gap between the history of Indigenous people and the role that Indigenous communities play in our current world. Mann hopes that by sharing these stories and the rich history of his people, we can come together as one, and start eradicating the diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility barriers marginalized communities and BIPOC people face.
"Thank you! It was a pleasure working with you and the team at APB. I am truly appreciative of the help with the adjustment in the scheduling. It made for a great day and Larry's presence and message was valued and well received. Again, thank you for being available and a true pleasure to work with."
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