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2022-04-05
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How one Indigenous artist is decolonizing the airwaves in Thunder Bay, Ont. - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

THUNDER BAY2021-04-17T11:00:00Z, ONT. —
The project of decolonization and reconciliation is alive and well in a small Thunder BayThe regional site, Ont:1618620402602,. radio station — Zee’s Place, run by Crystal “Zee” Hardy, an Indigenous artist and writer who is looking to change how the Indigenous story is told in the city.

In her Wednesday show, Hardy uses her own stories, the music she plays, as well as guest artistsThe inaugural parade in front o, to try to spread some healing and knowledge, a project that continues on her podcast, Under the Same Stars.

“I feature Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists,” she told CTV News. “Really anyone that’s promoting unity, using music as a tool for reconciliationToronto Star File.”

Hardy is using her voice to help others find theirs.

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