Ojibwe is a member of the Ojibwe-Potawatomi branch of the Algonquian language family. It is spoken in parts of Canada and the USA by about 89,000 people. There are several dialects known as Ojibwe or Ojibwa, each of which is classified as a separate language in some sources.
Anishinaabeg believe the goldfinch, or Ozaaweshiinh, is a spiritual keeper of the Ojibwe language. Charles Grolla's "Ezhi-wiinindwaa bineshiinhyag (Bird Names Project)" will share the story of the ...
Mishomis Book, a History-coloring Book of the Ojibway Indians : Volume #1 - The Ojibway Creation Story audio book at CD Universe Who are the Ojibway people, and how did they come to live in the lands of the Great Lake? Let Mishomis, or “Grandfather” in the Ojibway language, draw you a pi.
About Us. Grassroots Indigenous Multimedia (GIM) is a nonprofit organization established in 2000 by veteran tribal school teachers Mary Hermes (LCO Ojibwe community member) and Kevin Roach (Bad River Ojibwe) to aid in the efforts of the Ojibwe language revitalization movement through creating and distributing high quality indigenous language materials.
Excellent retelling of seven Cree and Ojibway "Whiskey Jack" stories. American Indian Trickster Tales: Compilation of more than a hundred Wisakedjak and other trickster stories from many different tribes. Use discretion sharing these with kids as some of the stories contain adult humor. Sponsored Links Additional Resources
Feb 21, 2018 · The Ojibwe language can explain why we must respect the earth and take responsibility for caring for the land, water, and its resources. It is the antidote to global climate change, environmental destruction, and unhealthy lifestyles. The Ojibwe language is where we turn for philosophy, history, science, medicines, stories, and spirituality.
Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa – Campion website for the Emmy winning 6-hour PBS documentary series about the history, and culture of the Ojibwe people in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. The Circle The Circle is dedicated to presenting news from a Native American perspective, while granting an equal opportunity to community voices.
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