Interview with Darren Thompson Reporting From Minneapolis Protests

Posted By Paul G June 4th, 2020 Last Updated on: June 4th, 2020

Darren Thompson is an award-winning flute musician. He is a writer for PowWows.com and Native News Online.  This week he has been covering the protests in his home town of Minneapolis.

Hear first hand his experiences this week in Minneapolis.

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Interview with Darren Thompson

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Darren Thompson is an educator, public speaker, journalist, and Native American flute player from the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Indian Reservation in Northern Wisconsin.  He has spent most of his adult life serving communities through leadership development, American Indian cultural awareness workshops, and the arts.

His career as an American Indian musician began with a burning curiosity of a nearly lost instrument – the Native American flute – while an undergraduate at Marquette University. Within a short time he became a sought-after concert musician who shared both traditional American Indian flute songs as well as his original compositions at colleges and universities throughout the United States. He has shared the stage with many award-winning musicians, artists, and talents giving him the inspiration to thrive as an artist.

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