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Human Library - Urban Inuk book

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On Saturday, January 25, you can sign-out Urban Inuk book Mosha Folger for a one-on-one conversation at the Human Library.

Mosha will be waiting on the shelf at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.


Here, Mosha describes listening to hip hop as a boy, and then fast-forwards two decades to his first time performing hip hop in front of an audience.


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Photo credit: Rémi Thériault


Mosha remembers what it was like growing up in the small village of Apex, just outside of Iqaluit.

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Mosha talks about why he's turning his video camera lens on his mother's branch of the family tree.

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