CD Aims To Uplift Missing And Murdered Women

Friday, October 23, 2009 at 12:53



Aboriginal musicians from across Canada are lending their voices to support missing and murdered women.


“Colours of My Life” is a CD produced by the Kookum Educating Traditional Acceptance (KETA) society.


The CD includes 11 songs by five Aboriginal artists, including blues guitarist Jason Burnstick.


Its theme is love for missing and murdered women and their families.


KETA president Gloria Larocque says the CD was created to uplift and empower the imagery around missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.


All proceeds from the CD are going to raise awareness and support KETA’s programs.