Natasha Varner is a Seattle-based historian, writer, and racial equity advocate whose work explores the intersections of race, gender, identity, and representation in the US and Latin America. She is the Communications Manager for Japanese American history non-profit, Densho, and recently completed the PhD program in Latin American history at the University of Arizona.
In my work at Densho, I project manage a collaboration between other Seattle-based cultural heritage organizations with the goal of developing anti-racist curriculum centered around oral history testimonies. We are currently seeking to expand this project to a more national level and develop an open access, online platform for the curriculum in order to increase accessibility.
Densho, University of Arizona
Archive, Non-Profit, Academic