As part of their tenth anniversary celebrations, the NWT Human Rights Commission presents Rob “KASP” Sawan, an award-winning Aboriginal musician who will be giving motivational talks and performances to youth in communities across the NWT.
KASP will be performing in the following communities:
HAY RIVER at the Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre Monday, October 27
BEHCHOKO at the Cultural Centre Tuesday, October 28
INUVIK at the Ingamo Hall Friendship Centre Wednesday, October 29
N’DILO at the N’Dilo Gym on Thursday, October 30
Doors open at 6:30pm. Shows start at 7pm. Everyone is welcome and Admission is FREE.
K.A.S.P ‘s hip-hop music tells the story of his personal struggles and successes. He shares his inspiring story with youth in order to help them overcome their own challenges and motivate them to imagine a brighter future. His inspirational keynotes combine his life story and his music and explain how he came to use music to express his pain and triumphs to overcome his addictions. He was nominated for 2014 Entertainer of the Year at the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards and won Best Hip-Hop Album of the Year from the Canadian Aboriginal music Awards in 2008. you can learn more about KASP by visiting his website http://www.kasp-entertainment.com/
NWT Human Rights Commission is celebrating its tenth anniversary during 2014. The Commission works to promote equality human rights and protect individuals and groups from discrimination under the NWT Human Rights Act.