Anishinaabe Elders who are constantly working towards reconciliation and bringing traditional knowledge to their people.
Language program is a life long learning journey.
Our way of learning, educating is being and doing the Anishinaabe way
“Returning of our ways and of being together.” Indigenous Education is like a story and we as a People, have a variety of roles to play within it to bring forth “excellence.”
Desire is a Social Worker at East View Public School in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. She holds a drum group for students in JK to Grade 8 at her school during Friday recess. She incorporates cultural teachings and ceremony and invites Elders to share their knowledge and speak with the students. They perform at the […]
An Elder who is constantly working for the environment and the people. Carrying the teachings of the Midewiwin lodge.
Isaac is a storyteller, artist and traditional knowledge holder who talks about the importance of connecting to the land. He talks about Nimkii Aazhibikong, a land-based camp to teach people about their culture, their language, and their connection to the land. For more information, see the website: http://onamancollective.com/research/. Also, see the article: http://muskratmagazine.com/introducing-nimkii-aazhabikong-culture-camp-forever/. You can […]
Geesohns works at Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre. Teaching and giving guidance to Anishiaabe teachings ways of life. Directing and assisting in the communities to healing in Anishinaabe ways of living.
Mitch Case works as the student director of student services at Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig. An Anishinaabe institution that teaches the foundations and teachings of the Anishiaabe way of life. Once lead by Eddie Benton-Banai, Grand Chief of Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge.
Dallas Abitong has worked as a Anishinaabe Language teacher in Elementary Schools in the Sault Ste. Marie district.
Anishinaabe Elder sharing knowledge on Anishinaabe Culture-Based Education.
A high school teacher who specialized in Ojibway Language.