Join us for this exciting evening of local speakers & performers and the Wake Up the World Tour featuring performances by Nataanii Means, Witko, Art Vee, Tufawon, Calina Lawrence, Yaz Like Jaws, Jayohcee and more!
The show will also feature Seattle artists Gabriel Teodros and Nikkita Oliver.
After the No Jails! No Pipelines! Event, join us for the Wake Up The World Tour — Voices of Water — Seattle Stop
After a long fight for our water and Indigenous treaty rights at the Oceti Sakowin camp (also known as the Oceti Oyate resistance camp north of the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota) a group of dedicated water protectors are ready to take the next steps in continuing their fight by hitting the road, traveling on tour, and sharing their frontline experiences across Turtle Island.
The Wake Up The World Tour features musical performances, workshops and speaking engagements by Nataanii Means, Witko, Art Vee, Tufawon, Calina Lawrence, Yaz Like Jaws, and Jayohcee. All are water protectors and freedom fighters who have well established themselves as hip-hop artists throughout the years. They have more or less been on the frontlines since the resistance camps were first established until the heavily militarized forced removal of the camps took place.
More information to come.