Geneviève McKenzie-Sioui

Geneviève McKenzie-Sioui, sometimes performing under the name Shanipiap, is an Innu musician, writer, television creator, and activist in Quebec. Born in Matimekosh in 1956, she later relocated to Wendake. She is a singer-songwriter in the Innu language,[1] and an author in both Innu and in French,[2] has been the producer/director/presenter of her own children's television program on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network and TFO,[3] and has recently been active in the Idle No More movement.[4][5]

Geneviève McKenzie-Sioui
Background information
Also known asShanipiap
GenresInnu music

References edit

  1. ^ "S'élever par le conte". Le Devoir (in French). 2007. ISSN 0319-0722. Retrieved 9 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Geneviève McKenzie- Sioui | Land InSights". Retrieved 9 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Les Découvertes de Shanipiap" (PDF). TFO. November 2005.
  4. ^ "Idle No More Québec: le blâme jeté sur les chefs | Marie-Pier Duplessis | Société". La Presse (in Canadian French). Retrieved 9 August 2017.
  5. ^ "Protéger les nappes souterraines | Katerine Belley-Murray | Actualités". La Presse (in Canadian French). Retrieved 9 August 2017.