Lanna Moon is an artist, human rights activist, land defence campaigner and mother of four who is native to Sudbury, Ontario. Lanna started performing at a young age singing and playing piano at family, school and church events. During her youth, she sang lead and backup vocals for a wide variety of rock, blues, and reggae bands. One of the first women MC's to pick up a mic and spit a rhyme publicly in Winnipeg, Lanna's MC name is Hip-hop Kwe. Lanna co-founded Tribal Wizdom Productions, an all native youth hip hop crew, that toured all over Canada and the USA promoting empowerment, unity, and resistance. Lanna is currently working on an exciting new multimedia performance in collaboration with Myths and Mirrors and Sex Worker Advisory Networks of Sudbury (S.W.A.N.S) and performed in 'Survivance' by Sarah Gartshore at Sudbury Theatre Centre as part of Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre's celebration for National Aboriginal Day.


For more info on Lanna Moon's performance, click here:  Most Unapologetic Day