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minogondaagan: the good voice

Episode 7: Reconciliation From A Youth Perspective

On this episode, we speak with some of Man­i­to­ba’s strongest young Indige­nous Lead­ers. We pose the ques­tion — Do Indige­nous youth see rec­on­cil­i­a­tion hap­pen­ing? Has it hap­pened with­in the lives of these young adults 

The episode clos­es with Fight For The Rights”, a stun­ning track from Inuk singer/​songwriter Kel­ly Fraser’s album Sed­na – be sure to check out more of her music at kel​lyfraser​mu​sic​.com.

Our open­ing and clos­ing theme music comes to us cour­tesy of Boogey The Beat — check out more of his bril­liant work atsound​cloud​.com/​b​o​o​g​e​y​t​h​ebeat. The inter­sti­tial music is cour­tesy of Bloom — you can hear more of their songs at bloom14​.band​camp​.com.

Mino­gondaa­gan, was pro­duced on Treaty One ter­ri­to­ry, the orig­i­nal lands of the Anishi­naabeg, Nehiyawak, Oji-Cree, Dako­ta, and Dene peo­ples, and the home­land of the Métis nation. 

We would like to thank the Com­mu­ni­ty Radio Fund Of Cana­da, the Uni­ver­si­ty Of Manitoba’s Office Of Indige­nous Engage­ment, the Nation­al Cen­tre For Truth & Rec­on­cil­li­a­tion, the Uni­ver­si­ty Of Man­i­to­ba Student’s Union and UMFM 101.5 for their sup­port in the pro­duc­tion of this series.


  • Erica Wilson

    Our first guest is Erica Wilson, a Winnipeg actress, who at only 24 years of age has tackled some substantial roles in her career. Wilson, who grew up in the cities North End, was first introduced to theatre as a 13-year-old student at Andrew Mynarski School through a Manitoba Theatre for Young People outreach program. She took classes at MTYP for two years, and has served as a teaching assistant. Erica is currently in the cast of Women of the Fur Trade, which takes place at the Dalnavert Museum through December 16th.

  • Kevin Settee

    Our second guest is Kevin Settee, one of the co-founders of Red Rising magazine, as well as a proud father, geographer and local Anishinaabe activist. Settee is also the former president of University of Winnipeg students association.

  • Chance Paupanekis

    Our third guest is Chance Paupanekis, a Maskeko Ininiw from Kinisiw Sipi Cree Nation in Treaty 5. He is an Indigequeer activist and student leader at the University of Manitoba, where he is pursuing an Advanced Arts Degree in Political Studies. He has a passion for language revitalization and land reclamation.