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MNHSArtistProgram 4h
Ojibwe at Minnesota State Fair, 1936. Photography by Kenneth M. Wright Studios. ⠀ ⠀
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👠Tara Windwalker 20h
Go to powwow in USA. For ppl treated so badly to express such deep respect for veterans will fill your heart. You'll be welcomed to attend. Ojibwa, Chippewa, or Saulteaux are most numerous peoples north of the Rio Grande. Look for powwows in your area. 💞
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Kev Aug 19
☝🏾 @ Southwest Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina
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Standing Indian Aug 17
2/2) Ojibway boy. They say when you hear drumming and you get the chills, it's your spirit dancing to the drum ?? This video gives me life. Our cultures are so beautiful. ??. . .
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mukwasdead Aug 17
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mukwasdead Aug 15
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mukwasdead Aug 15
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TheUrbanAboriginal 19h
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Michael artboy Dahmen Aug 22
makade-mashkikiwaaboo = black medicine water = coffee. ®
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80's Meme Center Aug 16
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Blood Quantum of Solace Aug 21
The home waters, Akwa’waa-wiikwed, aka Garden Bay. From last month’s trip home. Going back on Friday to recharge my powers.
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LeAna Asher Aug 17
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Helen Kubiw Aug 19
Thanks for sharing new dual-language (/) editions of I AM NOT A NUMBER, STOLEN WORDS, & THE WATER WALKER. All important experience-based picture books that can now reach new readers and open up discussions
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Dilber Yunus Aug 18
Past five days at Language and Culture camp have been life transforming! Followings are just some of the activities we took part as a team: building Tipi, plucking a bold eagle (Yes! We totally…
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TheUrbanAboriginal Aug 19
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Dilber Yunus Aug 14
Looking forward to a weekend of learning language and culture at The Turtle Lodge House of Knowledge!! @ Sagkeeng First Nation
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Noah J. Sabich Aug 17
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CSC CHIGAMIK CHC Aug 20
The Ojibwe Lanuguage Drop-In program will NOT be running tomorrow or next Wednesday, August 28th. We'll see you again on Wednesday September 4th! Learn more:
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Arlene Earle Aug 21
Thank you and for sharing your journey through “the silence”, behind the story of and for demonstrating the resiliency to regain and embrace the through and
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