The #DearNativeYouth movement is rising up all over social media, celebrating young indigenous people and giving visibility to their lives and struggles.
In this video, Anishinaabe hip-hop artist Mic Jordan (aka Jordan Brien) shows exactly why this movement is so powerful. It was produced by Tito Vegas and directed by Totem Entertainment as a visual and musical interpretation of the #DearNativeYouth movement.
Read more about it at Indian Country Today, and help spread the beautiful message of this movement.
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Mic Jordan is Anishinaabe from the Turtle Mountain Reservation, where music heavily influenced his childhood. As a Hip Hop artist and speaker, Mic Jordan speaks about his passion for life and where he came from. In addition to his musical endeavors, Mic also travels to communities and universities speaking directly to youth by using his voice to address issues of alcoholism, suicide, and the negative effects of Native mascots. You can check out his website, find him on Facebook, , and follow him on Twitter @.
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