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1 “Mu­ral dreams res­ur­rected for Nu­navut and Toronto teens,” CBC News, June 25, 2015,­ter­tain­ment/mu­ral-dreams-res­ur­rected-for­nunavut-and-toronto-teens-1.3129682, ac­cessed July 27, 2017.

2 Heather Iglo­liorte dis­cusses the re­la­tion­ship be­tween “so­cial up­heaval” and the cre­ation of art as a mode of re­sis­tance in “Inuit Art: Mark­ers of Cul­tural Re­sis­tance,” Inuit Art Quar­terly 25, no. 1-2 (Spring-Sum­mer 2010), 4.

3 Ta­nia Wil­lard and Skeena Reece, Beat Na­tion: Art, Hip Hop and Abo­rig­i­nal Cul­ture (Van­cou­ver: Art Gallery of Van­cou­ver and Grunt Gallery, 2012), ex­hi­bi­tion cat­a­logue.

4 Anna Wa­clawek, Graf­fiti and Street Art (London and New York: Thames and Hud­son, 2011): 73.

5 Tarja Väyry­nen, Eeva Pu­umala, Samu Pehko­nen, Anitta Kyn­sile­hto and Ti­ina Vait­ti­nen, Chore­ogra­phies of Re­sis­tance: Mo­bile Bod­ies and Re­la­tional Pol­i­tics (London: Row­man & Lit­tle­field, 2016).

6 Ki­tra Ca­hana and Ed Ou, “Danc­ing to­wards the Light,” CBC News (2017),­ter­ac­tives/danc­ing-to­wards-the-light-nu­navut-youth/, ac­cessed July 25, 2017; and Zoe McKnight, “These Nu­navut Teenage Artists Fin­ished a Mas­sive Toronto Mu­ral,” VICE (July 22, 2015), en_ca/ar­ti­cle/avaa9k/these-nunavuts-teenage-artists-fin­ished-a-mas­sive-toron­to­mu­ral-182, ac­cessed July 25, 2017.

7 Carlo McCormick, “The Writ­ing on the Wall,” in Art in the Streets (New York: Skira Riz­zoli Pub­li­ca­tions, Inc., 2011), 19, ex­hi­bi­tion cat­a­logue.

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