When Canadian singer Jully Black walked on court to sing her country's national anthem at an NBA all-star game on Sunday, she was more nervous than she'd ever been. "I had a secret," she said.
Performing live to a packed Salt Lake City stadium, she was about to alter the song's lyrics: "our home and native land" to "our home on native land".
The one-word shift, a nod to indigenous rights, generated plenty of attention. บาคาร่า168 vip
And some say the change to the century-old anthem should be permanent.
Ms Black, who was born and raised in Toronto, said she quit singing the national anthem, O Canada, a few years ago after a number of indigenous communities in Canada said they had found evidence of unmarked graves on the grounds of former residential schools.
Some 150,000 indigenous children were taken from their families and placed in these government-funded boarding schools in the 19th and 20th Centuries, and at least 3,200 are believed to have died there.