The new CBC series 8th Fire, hosted by Wab Kinew and featuring Winnipeg’s Most amongst many other talented Indians, challenges the relationships between “us” and “them”. …read more »
The clever Nightmare Defore Dubstep sound project spoof is created by Cheyanna Kootenhayoo feat. Heebz the earthchild. …read more »
Studying the violin as a child set Laura Ortman on a path to collaborating, composing, creating The Coast Orchestra with all Native American members, and expanding her own musical arsenal to include singing, piano, guitars and even tree branches. …read more »
My name is Ta’Kaiya. I am Sliammon. I am an environmentalist and I am fighting for my culture, the ocean and the healing of our earth.
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Greenwich Village’s little known Cherokee folk singer the late Karen Dalton brought a soulful honesty from Enid, Oklahoma. …read more »
For all of you nursing your thankstaking hangovers, here is Stole My Land by the CoolestDudesEver. …read more »
Blue King Brown brings Indigenous understanding with grace, strength and 1love from down under to the international stage.
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A new film, The Young Ancestors, explores the journey of young people learning their language from their elders. …read more »
Catch the remaining Indigenous Sovereignty Week events in Edmonton and Toronto, where community organizers are taking the opportunity to celebrate land struggle victories and strategize future movement through panels, circle talks, art, film, and food. …read more »
Big Dan (MeXIKANO) celebrates his immigrant Indigenous roots with the release of his second solo album All or None: The American Burden featuring Mi Tierra. …read more »