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NISHNAABEMDAA NOONGO: WHAT TIME OF THE DAY IS IT?

NISHNAABEMDAA NOONGO: WHAT TIME OF THE DAY IS IT?

Elements from the Heart Silk Scarf | Image source: Jamie Okuma


“Giwiiwaabamin – I am going to see you” ~ Miskwaanakwad Rice is Anishinaabe from Wasauksing First Nation, an island along the shores of Mnido Gamii in Anishinaabe Akiing. Like many Anishinaabek his age, Miskwaanakwad learned a small bit of Anishinaabemowin growing up and in recent years he has sought to learn more of the language in order to help revitalize and pass it down to future generations. It is his dream to learn Anishinaabemowin fluently and to help others in their language learning journeys.

Musky expands on his previous lesson as he teaches more everyday Nish words.


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