1993 North American Indigenous Games

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Circle of Victory - Dub Master

Documentary: Host Debra Piapot shares stories and folklore of First Nations athletes and accomplishments in sport, as well as the success of the 1993 North American Indigenous Games that were held in Prince Albert. Also examined is the impact that the Games had on promoting First Nations' sport, culture and heritage. Interviewed are participants of the games, family members of the Games' athletes, and dignitaries who attended the opening and closing ceremonies. Includes the music video to The Grandfather's Children, the theme song for the Games.

Circle of Victory - Master

Documentary: Host Debra Piapot shares stories and folklore of First Nations athletes and accomplishments in sport, as well as the success of the 1993 North American Indigenous Games that were held in Prince Albert. Also examined is the impact that the Games had on promoting First Nations' sport, culture and heritage. Interviewed are participants of the games, family members of the Games' athletes, and dignitaries who attended the opening and closing ceremonies. Includes the music video to The Grandfather's Children, the theme song for the Games.

The Grandfather's Children

Music video: Music video for the song The Grandfather's Children, the theme for the 1993 North American Indigenous Games. Featured are performers Chris Greyeyes, Julie Greyeyes, Sheryl Joseph, and The Highryders. Also included are excerpts of interviews of participants of the Games.

The Grandfather's Children

Music video: Music video for the song The Grandfather's Children, the theme for the 1993 North American Indigenous Games. Featured are performers Chris Greyeyes, Julie Greyeyes, Sheryl Joseph, and The Highryders. Also included are excerpts of interviews of participants of the Games.

[The Grandfather's Children]

Recording of the song The Grandfather's Children, was written and performed for the 1993 North American Indigenous Games held in Pronce Albert. Performed by Chris Greyeyes, Julie Greyeyes, Sheryl Joseph, and the Highryders.