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Watch: Ta’Kaiya Blaney, 14-Year-Old First Nations Activist, Sings Her Song “Turn the World Around”

Web ExclusiveDecember 10, 2015
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Ta’Kaiya Blaney is a 14-year-old activist, singer and actress from the Tla’amin First Nation, north of Vancouver, Canada. On Saturday, she sang her song “Turn the World Around” at the International Tribunal on the Rights of Nature in Paris, France. “I was told by a Haida elder that to turn the world around, you have to turn it upside down,” Blaney told Democracy Now! after her performance.

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