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'''Ty Defoe''' is a [[Two-Spirit]] performance artist, Grammy Award-winning musician, and educator.<ref name="Mistry" /> Defoe is from the Oneida and Ojibwe Tribes, and currently lives in New York City.<ref name="osfa_Gree">{{Cite web |title=Green Show Artist: Ty Defoe |author= |work=Oregon Shakespeare Festival |date= |access-date=9 December 2020 |url= https://www.osfashland.org/en/artist-biographies/green-show/Ty-Defoe.aspx}}</ref> One of Defoe's most notable performances was playing one of the "persons in charge" in the play "Straight White Men", alongside [[Kate Bornstein]].<ref name="Green">{{Cite web |title=Review: 'Straight White Men,' Now Checking Their Privilege on Broadway |last=Green |first=By Jesse |work=New York Times |date=23 July 2018 |access-date=9 December 2020 |url= https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/23/theater/straight-white-men-review-armie-hammer-josh-charles.html}}</ref>
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'''Ty Defoe''' is a [[Two-Spirit]] performance artist, Grammy Award-winning musician, and educator.<ref name="Mistry" /> Defoe is from the Oneida and Ojibwe Tribes, and currently lives in New York City.<ref name="osfa_Gree">{{Cite web |title=Green Show Artist: Ty Defoe |author= |work=Oregon Shakespeare Festival |date= |access-date=9 December 2020 |url= https://www.osfashland.org/en/artist-biographies/green-show/Ty-Defoe.aspx}}</ref> Defoe's 2011 music album "Come to Me Great Mystery" was awarded a Grammy.<ref name="Caven">{{Cite web |title=The Shapeshifting Artist: Ty Defoe |last=Caven |first=Febna Reheem |work=Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine |date=September 2015 |access-date=9 December 2020 |url= https://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/cultural-survival-quarterly/shapeshifting-artist-ty-defoe}}</ref> One of Defoe's most notable performances was playing one of the "persons in charge" in the play "Straight White Men", alongside [[Kate Bornstein]].<ref name="Green">{{Cite web |title=Review: 'Straight White Men,' Now Checking Their Privilege on Broadway |last=Green |first=By Jesse |work=New York Times |date=23 July 2018 |access-date=9 December 2020 |url= https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/23/theater/straight-white-men-review-armie-hammer-josh-charles.html}}</ref>
   
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==

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Ty Defoe
Gender identity Two-Spirit[1]
Occupation performance artist, musician, and educator

Ty Defoe is a Two-Spirit performance artist, Grammy Award-winning musician, and educator.[1] Defoe is from the Oneida and Ojibwe Tribes, and currently lives in New York City.[2] Defoe's 2011 music album "Come to Me Great Mystery" was awarded a Grammy.[3] One of Defoe's most notable performances was playing one of the "persons in charge" in the play "Straight White Men", alongside Kate Bornstein.[4]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

« Coming out as two-spirit was quite challenging because in Western society, the word for me is transgender — I would be a transgender male. But that kind of implies going from one gender to the next, and I was like, 'No, I think there's something else.'[1] »

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Mistry, Anupa (8 September 2016). "How Two-Spirit Fits Into LGBTQ America". The FADER. Retrieved 9 December 2020.
  2. "Green Show Artist: Ty Defoe". Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Retrieved 9 December 2020.
  3. Caven, Febna Reheem (September 2015). "The Shapeshifting Artist: Ty Defoe". Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine. Retrieved 9 December 2020.
  4. Green, By Jesse (23 July 2018). "Review: 'Straight White Men,' Now Checking Their Privilege on Broadway". New York Times. Retrieved 9 December 2020.