LIVE FROM MINNEAPOLIS, SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 7 P.M. EST,
TALL PAUL, ANISHANAABE AND ONEIDA HIP-HOP ARTIST
Here is the link to the Zoom meeting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xkLsmf6AKw
Tall Paul is an Anishinaabe and Oneida Hip-Hop artist enrolled on the Leech Lake reservation in Minnesota. Born and raised in Minneapolis, where he still lives, Tall Paul’s music strongly reflects his inner-city upbringing. From personal expressions of self to thought provoking commentary on issues affecting Indigenous and diverse communities, his verses evoke a wide variety of substance and soul. He will weave together his story, music, and experiences during the recent weeks of racial unrest in his city. Q & A to follow. He will be at the 8th Annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival in 2021.
THUS FAR WE ARE PLANNING TO HAVE ALL OF OUR RIVER STORIES 2020: RECOVERING INDIGENOUS VOICES OF THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY EVENTS STARTING ON JULY 11.
(scroll down to see pre-Covid-19 poster) https://www.facebook.com/events/706607246825966?
We will continue to update this page and at http://www.facebook.com/nolumbekaproject while we make Covid-19 adjustments to our programs. The Pocumtuck Homelands Festival will be one day only, Saturday, August 1 (Rain date August 2). PLEASE NOTE: THE JUNE 6 EVENT IN SPRINGFIELD AT RIVERFRONT PARK HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. Questions? e-mail email@example.com
We have a wonderful and powerful collection to share with beautiful and thoughtful compositions that were submitted by friends to commemorate the 344th anniversary of the May 19, 1676 Great Falls Massacre. Here is a link to the compilation. Thanks so much for the thoughtful submissions. Here is the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IAgVb26b26hCrLmkFg8jEpPTWEoBqSdL/view
We are so grateful to Lily-Rakia Chandler for sharing this song “In honor of tens of thousands of years of gathering first nations at the Great Falls. This is what I remember beyond any tales of massacres. It’s a song of love for the waters and the spirit of the waters. We are still here”. It was recorded near Great Falls and captures the beauty of the spirit here.
The Water Water Song by Bear Fox sung in Kanienke:ha by Lily-Rakia by the Great Falls
Here is the link to the April 4 webcast with Joseph and Jesse Bruchac. Thank you also Mascoma Bank, the Babson 2020 Fund of the Peace Development Fund, Great River Hydro and the Brattleboro Coop. https://www.youtube/y5kwGArXGk8
OUR CALENDAR HAS CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19. PLEASE NOTE: THE JUNE 6 EVENT IN SPRINGFIELD AT RIVERFRONT PARK HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5.