Desiree Lapahie

Desiree Lapahie is a born and raised NM native. She grew up in the small community of Naschitti on the Navajo reservation. In 2018, Desiree and her son moved from the reservation to the Albuquerque area. She serves as the data analyst at an American Indian nonprofit. She enjoys crafting, sewing, karaoke, and binge-watching Netflix. After work, you can find her at your local karaoke bar, singing her heart out to any George Strait song or killing Truth Hurts by Lizzo. She enjoys learning new things and having new adventures.
How My Cultural Heritage Helped Me Re-Evaluate the F-Word, feminism

How My Cultural Heritage Helped Me Re-Evaluate the F-Word

As I was listening to Beyonce’s song Flawless featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Adichie’s words piqued my interest in the F-word . . . feminism. This interest led me down a rabbit hole of news articles,...