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Geri Keams is a Navajo Storyteller, Actress, and Author born and raised in the Painted Desert of Arizona. Her Clan is Streak-of-Black-Forest, born for Manygoats. Geri’s Navajo warrior name is Yilhazbah which means “comes with war.” As a child, Geri grew up without television, living on the reservation with her nine brothers and sisters. Her grandmother, a rugweaver and storyteller, inspired Geri to remember the stories and songs of her people.

Geri graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Drama and Film. She toured with the Native American Theatre Ensemble and co-wrote Nahaszan, a play about the Navajo Creation. Geri co-starred with Clint Eastwood in the classic western, The Outlaw Josie Wales, playing Moonlight. She served as a consultant on the Disney animated feature Pocahontas and television’s The X-Files. She has been on television programs such as Northern Exposure, Twin Peaks, and The Secret of Lizard Woman. She reflects the culture of her people in her work and is dedicated to telling the stories and sharing the ways of her people.

Geri has toured the world with her children’s show, Stories and Songs of My People. She has been featured at the J.F.Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., The National Storytelling Festival, Jonesborough, Tennessee, The Los Angeles Music Center, she has traveled to Europe and Australia and has performed in hundreds of schools, libraries, churches and museums. She is the author of Grandmother Spider Brings The Sun and Snail Girl Brings Water, two beautifully illustrated children’s books published by Rising Moon/Northland Publishing. Geri makes her home in Los Angeles, California.

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