Music workshop explores Rankin youths’ perspectives on colonial history and Inuit culture

by Michele LeTourneau - December 22, 2018

In a darkened makeshift recording studio at Maani Ulujuk Ilinniarvik, four groups of students from Grades 7 and 8 recorded songs they wrote themselves. Twenty-eight students participated. The four songs – developed in conjunction with a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous songwriters, producers, and art educators called Darkspark, under the umbrella of their Four Directions…

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