By Any Means Necessary

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Title

By Any Means Necessary

Description

Nicole Tanguay and Mourning Sickness perform "By Any Means Necessary" live at the Apocalypse Club.

Creator

Nicole Tanguay and Mourning Sickness

Source

Lilian Radovac

Date

1991-02-20

Contributor

Lilian Radovac

Rights

Melanie Liwanag Aguila

Format

MP4

Type

video

Coverage

Apocalypse Club , 750 College Street

Context

This show was one of a series of benefits for ACT for Disarmament and took place after a demonstration to protest the 1991 Gulf War.

Nicole Tanguay is a Two-Spirit poet, playwright, musician and advocate for Indigenous rights. Their work has appeared in the anthologies The Colour of Resistance: A Contemporary Collection of Writing by Aboriginal Women (Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1993), Miscegenation Blues: Voices of Mixed Race Women, ed. Carol Camper (Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1994) and Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer, eds. John Lorinc, Jane Farrow, Stephanie Chambers et al.  (Toronto: Coach House Books, 2017).

A studio recording of "By Any Means Necessary" appears on the unreleased Mourning Sickness CD Nihil Obstat and is included here. The full album is available on the band's Soundcloud page.

Original Format

VHS

Duration

3:19

Director

Melanie Liwanag Aguila

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Citation

Nicole Tanguay and Mourning Sickness, “By Any Means Necessary,” Alternative Toronto, accessed December 14, 2018, https://www.alternativetoronto.ca/archive/items/show/404.

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