Tracey Lindberg

Author of Birdie

Tracey Lindberg

Tracey Lindberg is a lawyer, professor, activist, blues singer and expert in indigenous law. A citizen of As'in'i'wa'chi Ni'yaw Nation, she was raised in northern Alberta. Lindberg describes herself as the next in a long line of argumentative Cree women, and was the first aboriginal Canadian woman to complete her graduate law degree at Harvard. She currently lives in Edmonton and Ottawa and teaches at the University of Ottawa and Athabasca University. She has published many legal articles in areas related to indigenous law and indigenous women. Birdie is her first novel.

Birdie is being defended by Bruce Poon Tip for Canada Reads 2016.

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Tracey Lindberg on The Next Chapter:

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