Nantali Indongo is a member of Nomadic Massive, a multilingual hip hop supergroup based in Montreal. She is the co-founder of Hip Hop No Pop, an educational and interactive workshop series that looks at the non-violent origins of hip hop culture and uses hip hop as a tool to encourage storytelling and foster confidence in youth. Nantali is also a researcher and reporter for cbc Radio Montreal, and she sits on the board of the Maison des Jeunes Côte-des-Neiges.
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