ET Canada is welcoming again entrepreneur and activist Shayla Stonechild as co-host of a half-hour particular, Indigenous Artists & Icons: Celebrating the Future, on Sept. 30 in recognition of the Nationwide Day for Reality and Reconciliation.
The particular will characteristic interviews with plenty of trailblazers, together with legendary musician and social activist Buffy Sainte-Marie with musicians Fawn Wooden, Shawnee Kish and Amanda Rheaume, nation and folks singer-songwriter Don Amero, actor Devery Jacobs, editor Rebeka Tabobondung, author Lauren DeLeary, Large Brother Canada’s Josh Nash and Kiefer Collison and Juno Award-nominated First Nations hip-hop duo Snotty Nostril Rez Youngsters.
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Indigenous Artists & Icons can even showcase inspirational messages of hope from DJ Shub and pop duo Neon Desires, and Stonechild pays a go to to the Three Fires Homecoming Pow Wow and Conventional Gathering.
Trying on the wealthy and numerous tradition of Indigenous Peoples throughout Canada and their contributions to the world of leisure, the particular will shine a light-weight on their advocacy work, and the way they’re furthering the dialog on methods the trade may be extra inclusive.
Sainte-Marie and Wooden, for instance, talk about the way it’s vital for Indigenous youth to have the ability to see individuals who seem like them and who come from the identical background.
Kish and Rheaume — who simply launched Ishkodé Data, a women-led Indigenous music label — use their voices to characterize their tradition and the 2SLGBTQIA+ neighborhood.
In an emotional interview, the Snotty Nostril Rez Youngsters acknowledge their ancestors and the way they paved the way in which for them, highlighting what nonetheless must be performed with a purpose to foster true reconciliation.
Stonechild returns to ET Canada after co-hosting the 2021 award-winning particular Artists & Icons: Indigenous Entertainers in Canada, which was acknowledged by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Tv with two honours: Greatest Discuss Program or Collection and Greatest Route, Way of life or Data.
‘ET Canada’ presents ‘Indigenous Artists & Icons: Celebrating the Future’ on Sept. 30 at 7:30 p.m. ET on World.
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