Kinsale Hueston

Student Poet, Creative Young Leaders Alliance, The Aspen Institute

Kinsale Hueston is a student poet in the Creative Young Leaders Alliance program of the Aspen Institute. She is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and focuses her work on modern issues facing her tribe, including violence against women, the loss of native languages, exploitation of resources, and racial prejudice. Hueston is an intern for the Navajo Nation Department of Justice, the founder and president of her high school’s Native American Culture Club, and a tutor and member of the Spanish National Honor Society. In her free time, she enjoys playing lacrosse on her school’s varsity team, acting in original native plays, and crafting ukulele mixtapes with friends.

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