Gignac said David Hodges believes that Anglo-Quebecers can be proud of their identity and have the right to stay here. They have a role to play in this province, added Gignac.
Local hip hop artist David Hodges wrote Notre Home because he says he believes the future of improving anglophone and francophone relations is through the province's youth.
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As far as David Hodges is concerned, if his hip-hop anthem can help one young anglophone feel better about living here, he’s accomplished something big.
A new music video made by young Quebec anglophones has a catchy tune and an upbeat message about their future in the province – and, surprisingly, it also has funding from the Parti Québécois government.
Notre Home: Bilingual hip-hop anthem and provincial tour to foster a sense of belonging among young Quebecers
--The Government of Quebec is contributing $20,000 to this innovative approach towards building bridges between French and English-speaking Quebecers.