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Artists Join Forces Against the Forced Closure of Aboriginal Communities in “Australia”

Indigenous artists are fighting back against colonialism genocide and the forced closure of remote communities by the Australian government. …read more »

Watch Sharif and Sacramento Knoxx’s “From Stolen Land to Stolen Land”

Sacramento Knoxx and Sharif join forces and bring light to the intersections of our common struggles in their new video, “From Stolen Land to Stolen Land”.
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DOWNLOAD: Invasion Day 2014 Mixtape

The Brisbane Blacks, an independent non-profit First Nations publication based in occupied ‘Australia’, has brought together a bombastic roster of Indigenous hip-hop musicians, spoken word artists, and activists for the Invasion Day 2014 Mixtape.
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A Flow So Impossible: Sister Lyricists Mixtape

To kick off #MixtapeMonday, Kanaka Maoli DJ Iokepa Casumbal-Salazar brings us “A Flow So Impossible: Sister Lyricists”—a dope mixtape of female emcees and women’s voices in hip-hop to inspire and uplift the people—all the way live from Honolulu, Hawai’i. Our collective shout-outs and mahalo to all the sisters in the struggle. Download, listen, and love. …read more »

DOWNLOAD: A Tribe Called Red – “The Road”

Late last night, on the eve before one of the biggest Indigenous mobilizations in history, A Tribe Called Red quietly released a new song, The Road, inspired by the Idle No More movement and the hunger strike of Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence. …read more »

The Round Dance Revolution: Idle No More

Our guest contributor this week is Ojibway/Métis comedian—turned Idle No More organizer and activist—Ryan McMahon. He reflects on what it is about the rising #IdleNoMore movement that has captured our collective imagination, attention and revolutionary spirit. And how it’s taken us from online discussion to a massive mobilization that is literally taking over hundreds of shopping malls, town squares and community centres across Turtle Island—and now the world. …read more »

STREAM: Heebz The Earthchild – “Idle No More”

Leave it our boys Mob Bounce from the West Coast to drop one of the first Indigenous hip-hop tracks to draw directly from the spirit of the emerging #IdleNoMore movement and turn it into music. One half of the duo, Heebz the Earthchild, dropped this new joint on SoundCloud yesterday. …read more »