MOA presents a conversation with Native hip-hop artists Christie Lee Charles, MzShellz, and DJ Kookum on June 17

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      To mark Indigenous History Month, the Museum of Anthropology is presenting an online talk with three Indigenous women who shaped the Native hip-hop world.

      Taking part in the event, part of the Artists Unscripted series, are hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ rapper Christie Lee Charles, Cree artist MzShellz, and Dene/Cree multimedia artist DJ Kookum.

      This conversation will be hosted by the museum's public programs intern, Rea Saxena, and will delve into the experience of being at the forefront of the Indigenous hip-hop and rap scene.

      The free event takes place via Zoom at 6 pm Pacific time and you can register here.