Connecting to our way of life

We need to retain and revitalize a core part of what defines us - our oral heritage. By learning the Anishinaabe language as well as passing on our teachings and philosophy, we’ll see our culture and identity grow and flourish for future generations. Together, we can.

Aa boozhoo kina gwiiya. Gii miingowezi maaba Anishinaabe waazhi namaamat. Aabidek dash gwii nakaazinaa maanda miingowezowin maaba Gizhemanidoo gaa miigwet. Mii maanda enj aawiing Anishinaabek, gwii kendamagoying eyaawyiing.

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How The Bear Lost His Tail
Shared: June 27, 2022
2D Animation Workshop #01 - Student Showcase
Shared: November 12, 2022
Fruits and Vegetables in Anishinaabemowin
Shared: March 17, 2021
Classic TV5 Talk Show. Featuring Phyllis Williams and Josephine Assinewai
Shared: June 29, 2022

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Ndoo miigwechendimaanaanik kina gwiiya gaa bi naadimaagejik wii zhaabwiitoyiing maanda gidinwewninaa. Gaayiin gwoji gdaayii mi degwoshanasasiimi giishpin bwonaadimaageyiipa.

Nanaamwin is proof that together we can retain and revitalize our language for future generations. Work is ongoing but the achievements so far wouldn’t have been possible without many members of our community.

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Phyllis Williams

Elder..Knowledge Keeper

Roselinda Peltier

Mkwa Ndodem(Bear Clan)

Rita Corbiere

Mkwa Ndodem(Bear Clan)

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