Life tools, inspiration, and hands-on experience at upcoming Youth Empowerment Summit

OHSWEKEN – Time to stand up to bullying. Thru the RedDoor and Good Minds Stand Up are offering a one-day-only Youth Empowerment Summit including inspirational speakers, hands-on creative industry workshops, and amazing prizes.

“Our youth deserve every opportunity,” said Gary Joseph, owner and project manager of Thru the RedDoor. “These summits are a tremendous opportunity for our youth to start thinking about the future and getting hands-on experience working in video, photography, song-writing, and music production. Our children need to think big from a young age. We’re thrilled to help to inspire that.”

Workshops include hands-on experience making a short, promotional music video for Two Row Times’ Good Minds Stand Up anti-bullying campaign.

YES runs from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Oct. 24, 2015. Call (519)-445-3030 today to register at no cost to Six Nations community members. Lunch will be served.


Six Nations children have to believe anything is possible. Youth Empowerment Summits are workshops held by Thru the RedDoor aimed at inspiring Six Nations youth while introducing them to the creative industries and business. Past partners include: The Remix Project (Toronto), A Tribe Called Red, and Two Row Times.


Earl Lambert is a Cree/Metis warrior, motivational speaker, and inspirational storyteller. His dynamic and entertaining way of combining music, magic, hip-hop, and humour with inspiration life lessons has made him popular with First Nations and organizations across Canada.


Located on Six Nations of the Grand River, Thru the RedDoor is the studio that brought you 6 Arrows Media, 6AM Sessions and Dig the Artist. We are a record label, sound stage, recording studio and ISP working toward Indigenous Media Sovereignty— our story, our way.

For more information and to register please contact:

Thru the RedDoor


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