Jendog Lonewolf is a Two Spirit, BlackNative, Photographer, Hip Hop MC, multi-disciplinary Artivist, and Cultural Worker from Bushwick, Brooklyn. She navigates a myriad of spaces challenging stereotypes & issues at the intersections of class, race, gender and sexuality and has gracefully shared stages with Harry Belafonte, Desmond Tutu, Joan Baez, and legend Nile Rodgers; recorded two Hip Hop-Folk songs with Grammy®-winner Dan Zanes for Smithsonian Institute’s Folkways Records. She toured as one-half of the Hip Hop/Storytelling + facilitation duo, Brooklyn Dreamwolf; performed/co-facilitated at Cape Town City Hall, South Africa for War Resisters International's "Small Actions, Big Movements: the Continuum of Nonviolence" conference; in the Townships of Khayelitsha/Manenberg; and internationally in Cambodia, UK, Canada, Grand Cayman, India, Sri Lanka, and across the United States (aka Turtle Island).
Some of Jendog’s solo events include Nile Rogers’ Just Peace Summit, Cures-Not-Wars Parade, Props To Hip Hop: Fugees Tribute, and 25th Annual Seattle Hempfest. Performances at institutions include Stanford, Syracuse University, Hampshire College, City College, New York University, Oberlin College, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, SUNY Fredonia, and more, with Minnesota State University being the last scheduled in-person gig (cancelled at quarantine). She is a proud member of the People's Music Network for Songs of Freedom & Struggle, as well as their steering committee and she She is currently recording a new solo Hip Hop project, “Ancient Urban Music”.