N’we Jinan is a non-profit organization that develops, implements, and executes artistic and educational programs in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities and schools. This growing roster of programs, including a mobile recording studio, professional artist teaching residencies, and a year-end cross-country festival celebrates and showcases Indigenous voices in fulfillment of the overall objectives of the organization: to build confidence in creative expression through the development of tangible skills in the interest of empowering youth and strengthening a sense of community belonging. In the Spring of 20178. N’we Jinan worked wiht young young rappers & singers from Whitehorse, Selkirk First Nation & Liard First Nation showcasing their original songs.
Liard First Nation: Ekko Trociuk, Seth Boss, Kolby James Schmidt, Jenny Kroeker, Desiree Jackson & Chris James Dickson.
Whitehorse: Angel Rear, Darci Trociuk, Daniel Hager, Kylah Taylor, Tamika Charlie, Savanna James, Teya Rear, Brianna Bingham & Hank Hager.
Selkirk First Nation: Tyra Gill, Rena Simon, Riley Gill, Madison Gill, Shania Simon-Joe, Cassandra Johnny, Mariah Grennan, Makayla Grennan & Tay-Lynn Mierau-Charlie.