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Greatest Dreams

by Dream Seekers

Songs of hope and resilience from urban Native American youth in Detroit, integrating hip-hop, rock, pop, and traditional indigenous styles.
Genre: World: Native American
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let It Grow
3:21 $1.99
2. Gitchi Manitou Naagamowin (Great Spirit Song)
4:39 $1.99
3. Culture Is Prevention
4:05 $1.99
4. 7th Fire
2:38 $1.99
5. Giizhigad's Song
4:32 $1.99
6. It's Gon' Get Better
2:00 $1.99
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Album Notes
Following the Anishinaabe Grandparent teachings of Love, Respect, Wisdom, Humility, Honesty, Truth, and Courage, the Dream Seekers collaborated with local singers, songwriters, musicians, and videographer John Marcus to produce an album of original songs and two music videos that carry on those teachings in creative and unique ways. The Dream Seekers express their gratitude to their elders by dedicating the album to those in the community who have guided and taught them and to their Youth Program Coordinator Martha Hinojosa who “leads them fearlessly down the Red Road,” a reference to a life of sobriety that is rooted in Native American culture.

The Dream Seekers Youth Program at American Indian Health and Family Services in southwest Detroit is an alcohol, drug, and suicide prevention program for youth ages 8-17. Open to young people from all backgrounds and designed specifically to support Native American youth and families in and around Detroit, the program offers after school enrichment activities based in traditional Native American cultural values.



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