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Building an Indigenous Nationhood Movement: soundtrack to the Indigenous Leadership Forum 2013 held at the University of Victoria, May 21-28, 2013. Featuring Indigenous artists from across Turtle Island and around the world. Full tracklist and details to come!
IDLE NO MORE: ANDRÉ NOBELS, CHIEF MEDICINE EAGLE
“DEAR VAUGHN” #IDLENOMORE: SACRAMENTO KNOXX
“1”: LJ Tyson
“Idle No More Anthem”: DJ Jawzblaze
“Theresa”: Melody McKiver
“The Road”: A Tribe Called Red
IDLE NO MORE: BOOGEY THE BEAT, CHARLIE FETTAH, WAB KINEW, YOUNG KIDD (no video)
IDLE NO MORE: SONGS FOR LIFE VOL 1 (downloadable)
[NEW] IDLE NO MORE: SONGS FOR LIFE VOL 2 (downloadable)
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