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Kasp and Sheena Nelson from Gitsegukla.
REPORTING · 18th November 2011
Terrace Daily
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Our purpose is to empower our aboriginal youth by passing on the knowledge of our people through music and storytelling.

It was an amazing night at Kitsumkalum Hall, KASP drew the children and youth in, and took all questions from the floor.

Two busloads of excited kids came from Kitimaat and Gitsegukla, along with the youth from Kitsumkalum.

He shared his past growing up in East Vancouver, which was a hard one, not withholding anything. He encouraged all youth to speak up about substance, sexual and physical abuse and the addictions that follow these destructive situations.

He is very personal and made sure not to leave anyone out. He made such an emotional plea, it was hard to not shed a tear or two. I am sure some of the audience had lumps in their throat. Not for sadness, but for a feeling of total understanding and inclusion.

Local, Julian Davis (JD) got up on stage with KASP and performed one of his own song's. Julian is part owner with Mike, of BUST - A - MOVE - DJ SERVICES in Terrace.
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To witness the youth idolizing this young man and his message was magic. He got his point across and entertained them at the same time. Precisely what his aim is. I, for one, will never forget the night or him.

I would recommend him to any function involving youth at risk.

I would like to thank Kathy Wesley (NNADAP worker) from Kitsumkalum and all who made this important event happen.


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Video from Kitsum Kalum performance
Kasp and Tamara Ainscow (currently running for city councillor.)
Kasp and Tamara Ainscow (currently running for city councillor.)
Kasp signing autographs and having fun.
Kasp signing autographs and having fun.