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A middle-aged white man sits in his tub, haunted by memories and visions of the unsolved disappearance of his Cree girlfriend 30 years ago.

She Sings to Soil is a new storytelling work about guilt and loss. Through fragments of memory and multiple points of view, a story of love, hope and injustice comes to life. This story seeks to engage settler communities into the conversation of MMIWG in North America, as a recognition of our complex shared histories and our responsibility to work in solidarity with the original inhabitants of this land to end violence against Indigenous womxn. 

"Always asking the same questions and never gettin' no answers 'cept the one you already know, about how it goes in this country."

Written and performed by Hannah Shaka.  

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