The eye of the bee holder.
Discovered on November 22, 2009
Hip-hop now has a home on the dial in Winnipeg. And check it, the DJs are all
local Ojibway/Cree/Métis men and women ranging in age from 18 to 28. “Aboriginal youth are the fastest growing demographic in Winnipeg. Winnipeg’s Aboriginal population is estimated to be near 90,000 and growing quickly. Streetz 104-7 will feature a vibrant mix of sizzling Aboriginal and mainstream Hip Hop.”
About This Website
Stung Eye is an exploration of perspective and wonder than began in 2002.
It is a blog written by Kyle Geske, an educator, coder, artist, and father from Treaty 1 Territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He is also the executive director and lead programmer of
Open Democracy Manitoba, a non-profit organization that builds tools to strengthen your local democratic infrastructure. He is an open-source contributor, a champion of open government ideas, and a purveyor of open data best-practices. As a coding and math instructor at Red River College Polytechnic, Kyle challenges and inspires the next generation of Manitoban game dev innovators.
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