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Sue Zalokar

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Sue Zalokar is a writer, musician and teacher.  She has been creating and implementing curriculum in tribal communities and classrooms for eight years.   She is a Family Literacy and Adult Education Instructor for Peninsula College.  She works with and for the Quileute, Hoh River, and Makah Nations.  She is currently the chairwoman of the International Goodwill and Understanding committee for her  local Soroptimist International club and works to raise awareness and funding to ‘improve the rights and status’ of women in both local and global communities.


Music Blog:



What It Was


[Music is] Poetry

I Knew A Woman

Wordle One

Copper Onion

Bar None


Crying Shame


The List

Creatures Whose Backsides Glow



other posts:

Hissa Hilal’s ‘Message in a Bottle’ is heard across the sea

Book a “Window Seat’ -see the empress’s new clothes

Outlaw Academics

Dream.  Follow.  Repeat.


Written by lickmypoetry

February 21, 2010 at 6:18 pm

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  1. hey sue i just wanted to let you know i am amazed at the gift your soul houses and your ability to bring that to light in a way that embraces and empowers thank you


    June 29, 2010 at 9:30 pm

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