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Free the Valley

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Our land is our blood and our future. So here's a message to The Man: We're here to stay.

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Stop Site C, let the valley go free! Peace River is in critical danger, and if it's destroyed First Nations people - especially youth - will lose a part of who they are; a part of who they have been for thousands of years. This mesage doesn't resonate with the big corporations, but we can't give up. And we won't. In so many ways, this is a life-or-death situation. Join the fight!

Cheyanna aka DJ Kookum graduated from the Indigenous Independent Digital Filmmaking Program at Capilano University, and the Electronic Music Program at the Art Institute of Vancouver. Since then, she's primarily focused on the creation of music videos and culturally-based multimedia productions.

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