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Creators of new decks seek to address the need for representative and culturally specific tarot.
Lakshmi is a writer and musician who divides her time between Chicago, IL and Northampton, MA. She holds a PhD in Classics, and her writing explores ancient history, South Asian experiences, and the intersection of race and the occult.
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