Buffy Sainte-Marie

Buffy Sainte-Marie is an iconic singer-songwriter, musician, visual artist, educator, activist, philanthropist and innovator. She has written pop standards that have been sung and recorded by the likes of Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker, Barbra Streisand, Bobby Darin, A Tribe Called Red and Elvis Presley, to name a few. She penned “Universal Soldier,” the definitive anti-war anthem of the 20th century; recorded one of the world’s first electronic vocal albums; and spent five years on Sesame Street, where she became the first woman to breastfeed on national television. She was the first First Nations person to win an Academy Award®. She lives in Hawaii.

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