Leonardo DiCaprio’s Golden Globe Shout Out To First Nations

Posted By Paul G January 11th, 2016 Last Updated on: January 11th, 2016

At the 2016 Golden Globe Awards, Leonardo DiCaprio won Best Actor for The Revenant.  The movie is based on true events of a fur trader in the 1820s.

During his acceptance speech Leonardo thanked the First Nations people involved in the film.  Then went on to tell the world to listen to the First Nation people!

Dicaprio Shares Golden Globe Award With First Nations People

Leonardo DiCaprio nabbed a Golden Globe for his work in the film "The Revenant" — parts of which were shot in Alberta. And he decided to share the award with all the indigenous communities across the globe. More here: http://huff.to/1P1y05g

Posted by The Huffington Post Canada on Monday, January 11, 2016

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DeCaprio has grown a lot became one fine actor and from all accounts a good person thank you for recognizing the Native People it is done very little nice to hear it.

Dennis Garcia

Thank You so much for acknowledging The First Nations People. Yes All Native American Indians as well as the First Nations People have gone through a lot, which to this day are still being ignored. Thank You

Daniel Smith

I second that motion

Laura E, Mirian

LOVED IT and as an indigenous person I loved the portrayal of the indigenous peoples

Bobbi-Lynn Beardy

Actors like you, Kevin Costner and the many others… Make us proud. A heyah too you.. All the DeCaprio. Indian name now, go in search for it….

allan henderson jr

hi Leonardo contact me on fb !

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