Interdisciplinary scholar and curator Laura Marshall Clark has maintained a love for the arts, a thirst for the humanities, along with a passion for literature and Native American history throughout her life. But what happens when you embrace and infuse religion into those interests? And with religion and spirituality playing such key roles in Native American art, why does she still feel intimidated by her belief system in Christianity? Find out as I SEE U explores aspects of identity, culture and family with acclaimed author, Laura Marshall Clark, as she speaks candidly with host Eddie Robinson about her own Native American heritage. We’ll learn more about her fascination with tribal programs, divergent histories and aesthetics as well as how she acknowledges the power of being completely vulnerable as a global teacher and creative writer.