Charlotte Henay is a mother, teacher, writer, storyteller and researcher of Black Seminole and multiracial ancestry. She works to counter extinction myths through storywork and lyric scholarship, Indigenous methodologies, and re-membering. Charlotte writes about cultural memory and grandmothers’ gardens as an activist for (de)colonial, Indigenous, and Afro-futurities. She has a background in critical race theory, education administration, and teaching. Her work has been published in Feral Feminisms; Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education & Society, shown at York University’s Crossroads Gallery and 416 Gallery for MIXEDArtTO, as well as presented at conferences. She received her M.Ed in Sociology and Equity in Education from OISE/University of Toronto. Charlotte has been an administrator and consultant in First Nations, mainstream and international education contexts, and is currently a Ph.D. student at York University in Language, Culture and Teaching.