The Fire that Burns
A memorial to Tatissa, her work, and her incredible legacy
The flames represent the power and strength of Tatissa, along with the broad scope of influence she had over everyone in each of her communities. The text describes the ways in which I will remember her and her accomplishments. The paradox between the warmth of the flames and their inherent risks encapsulate part of Tatissa's legacy, and the title demonstrates that while Tatissa is no longer physically with us, the depth of her work remains central to communities at Scripps and it is what will remain with me.
Scripps College Press
May 1, 2017
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6"x9" flat paper