Queen Elizabeth Distract High School students, in partnership with the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) Approaches to Community Wellbeing, are releasing a music video that focuses on reconciliation.
The song, called #FeatherTheFlame, is set be released on March 25th with a public launch party open to the Sioux Lookout community. It will feature live music performances by QEDHS students, a display of the project’s artwork, photos, and a behind-the-scenes documentary of the project produced by QEDHS students. The launch will be held at QEDHS at 7pm. Snacks will be provided and admission is free.
The music video features 12 youth from 10 different First Nations and non-First Nations communities, including: Big Trout, Nipigon, Hudson, Slate Falls, Cat Lake, Wunnimin, Lac Seul, Kasabonika, Wapakeka, Hudson and Sioux Lookout.
This project was funded by Canada Council for the Arts.
For more information, please contact Marc-Nicholas Martin-Paulichenko, SLFNHA Youth Facilitator, at 807-737-5197 or [email protected].