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Ian Campeau

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Permission feat. Ian Campeau aka DJ NDN

Soft Revolution

When he's not pushing for an #ArtsNewDeal, Ali's auditioning for LOVES’TRUCK.  Then, Torq chats with the soulful and inspiring Ian Campeau aka DJ NDN.  Ian Campeau, also known as DJ NDN, is the co-founder & former member of the music group A Tribe Called Red. Ian is a speaker, musician, father, advocate, and ally. He is Nbiising, Anishinaabe from the Nipissing First NationJOIN OUR PATREON

1hr 11mins

17 Jul 2020

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Lakers Podcast Episode 31: Featuring Ian Campeau

The Lakers LockerRoom


15 Apr 2020

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Becoming Human with Ian Campeau

Medicine for the Resistance

Ghosting the system. How do we get Free. Becoming Human.Picking up on the conversation with Dr. Sandy Grande, Ian Campeau joins us again to talk about what it would mean to truly leave capitalism and colonialism behind. How do we get free?We talk about what it means to be human, to act and live in a good way. The word Anishnaabe itself means human. Along the way we talk about the reserve system, the Indian Act, the Indian trust, and how Ian is going to vote in the upcoming Canadian election,

1hr 2mins

13 Oct 2019

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Episode 8: Our talk with Ian Campeau

The Skoden Podcast

The Skoden Podcast is an indigenous run, owned, and operated independent news hour, hosted by Ashley Courchene. Visit Patreon.com/skodenpodcast to read, watch, and listen to our content, or make a donation to support independent Indigenous programming. Follow the Skoden Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Spotify, and iTunes.


31 Jul 2019

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The radical act of learning your language with Ian Campeau

Medicine for the Resistance

Ian Campeau, formerly of a Tribe Called Red, talks with us about his path back to identity and community through learning the language. Language is often the first thing targeted by a colonial force, separate people from their language and you separate generations, you separate communities. But reclaiming language puts these things back together. Language contains the keys to the worldview of a people.

1hr 9mins

11 Feb 2019