MOA's Sound House returns to mark Orange Shirt Day

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      The Museum of Anthropology at UBC launches the third season of its Sound House series with a night of poetry, hip-hop, and spoken-word to mark Orange Shirt Day (aka the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation).

      The event on September 30 will feature performances by Cree poet Dallas Hunt, Coast Salish hip-hop artist Keliya, and Łutselkʼe Dene, Plains Cree spoken-word artist Tawahum Bige.

      Telus Storyhive video for Keliya's 2019 song "Take Us".

      The event will open with a commemorative orange-lantern procession in honour of residential school survivors, and proceeds will support the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.

      Tickets are priced at $20 (free for Indigenous peoples) and you can find them here.