Love is the path, Run Free’: Children in Cat Lake First Nation release music video about love, family – CBC

by ahnationtalk on June 10, 202085 Views

Students were participating in arts-based healing program with Save the Children Canada

Jun 10, 2020

“Love is the path, that’s all you need, run free..”

That’s the refrain running through a new music video, written and produced by a group of children in Cat Lake First Nation, about 600 kilometres north of Thunder Bay.

The young people, ages 8 to 14, worked with Indigenous artists from the non-profit arts and education organization N’we Jinan, who visited the community just days before the pandemic lockdown,  to create a song about love, togetherness, family values and connection to nature,

The children wrote about their own experiences such as “snaring a rabbit and feeling so free, “Mom’s making stew because it’s good for me” and “camping with family, my Shoomis and Kokum standing with me.”

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/run-free-cat-lake-music-video-1.5605341

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