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Gegapii! Ozaawaamakwa waabi Anishinaabemong!
Finally! Brown Bear can see in Anishinaabe!
Read and listen to the classic by Eric Carle to practice ways to see and use color!

Finally! Brown Bear can see in Anishinaabe! Read and listen to the classic by Eric Carle to practice ways to see and use color!
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Margaret Noodin is with Dan Jones and Janis A. Fairbanks.

Gimiigwechin Gaagigebinesban Dan Jones apane gaa waabaminan zhoomingweyan gaye ojibwemotooyan. Ingikendaan waa nitaadibaajimoyan gaagige-minawaanigoziwining.

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Gimiigwechwigo Bernie Perley gaa mazinbii’aan oshki-mazina’iganens ji-gikino’amaagoziyaang Anishinaabemoyaang. We thank Bernie Perley for a new drawing so we can learn to speak Anishinaabemowin.

Learn about how Ojibwe think and speak of making an offering.
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Ningii-anishinaabemaazomin besho gete-waabishkaande-waakaa'igan!

“Much appreciation to Margaret Noodin, Director of the Electa Quinney Institute, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and masters student Monea for filling the Hall of Tribal Nations with a traditional Ojibwe song for our Acting Assistant Secretary Tahsuda and staff. #NativeLanguage https://t.co/fyTR...
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Who is this fundraiser for? This fundraiser is for the Ajijaak (Crane), a bi-lingual children’s story in Ojibwe and English. It is a children’s story about environmental and healing justice. This is not a traditional story but an empowering and creative story for kids of all ages. This book is...
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Ningii-minwendaagozimim epiichii babaamoseyaang!

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The Indian Community School of Milwaukee seeks to provide a mainstream education to its students — who represent 20 different tribes — while incorporating cultural education into every aspect of its curriculum.
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We have two new stories in Advanced Lessons!

Bizindan ezhi-dibaajimod Leonard Kimewon miidash agindaman gaa ozhibiiang.
Listen to storytelling by Leonard Kimewon then read along with his transcripts.

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Gimiigwechiwigo Leonard gii miizhiyang niizh oshki-dibaajimowinan!
We thank Leonard for giving us two new stories!

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Advanced lessons are really not lessons at all, or perhaps they are a doorway to the idea that every word is a lesson and every story a theory. This section is for advanced learners and offers a space to compare various dialects, orthographies, and styles of Anishinaabemowin. Texts in this area intr...
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Ningikinoo’amaagejigaanaanig anjikiiwag mii noongom geget sa debwemigak endaaso giizhigak maamwi-anishinaabemoyang miziwe giishpin bangii eta gikendaman gemaa zhigwa nitaa’anishinaabemoyan. Gego baabii’oken. Gakina nindinawemaaganaanaanig waa noondoonangwaa miinawaa Anishinaabemowin waa basweweg omaa akiing, anaamibiig gaye giizhigong.

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With the devastating losses of fluent elders, it is vital that we speak Anishinaabemowin every day, in any way, without hesitation about how much we know or how far we can go. Every breath brought into form in our language will echo to the next generations.

Aniind Anishinaabeg ayaawag Zhaaganaashkiing!
Some Anishinaabeg are in England!

Mii waa dibaadamaan bangii noongom onaagoshig:
A little of what will be discussed tonight:

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at the 38th American Indian Workshop, London, England

Ginisidotaamin ezhi-inawenidiyang apii Anishinaabemotaadiyang akiing.
We understand our relationships when we speak our languages to each other on the land.

Nimiikwa’igemin izhii-miikawaamaadiziyang.
We find the center by living amazing / centered lives.

Ninanaakwiimin ini nanaa’itooyang gaye nanaa’idiyang
Our resistance becomes the way we correct, heal and repair one another.

Mii ji-aasamaadamang waa jaagineyang gemaa anjiseyang aabideg anishinaabe-inendamoyang giishpin ge-zhaabwiiyang mii wii zhiibineyang ganawendamang waawiyekamig gaye ganawenindizoyang.
As we are faced with extinction or evolution it is important to use Anishinaabe language an philosophy if we are going to get through these times, to survive anything and continue to care for the universe and one another.

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Nimookaajiinsag Daanding!? Puppies for Sale!? Howah! We have just posted an Advanced Lesson courtesy of Leonard Kimewon and his Baaweting language class.

This lesson will help you connect with Anishinaabemowin through the classes Lesonard Kimewon offers in Baaweting, for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
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We would like to thank the First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor for inviting the Miskwaasining Nagamojig to sing songs and share the poetry of Margaret Noodin at their service this morning. And a special thanks to Terry Farmer for his work learning and creating contemporary songs in Anishinaabemowin. Howah!

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Register for the 2017 Anishinaabemowin Teg Conference. Show up and help save our language!

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Mar 30, 2017 - Apr 1, 20172186 Shunk Rd, Sault Ste Marie, MI 49783-9467, United States
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Nagamon daga miidash wiindamiyang endendamoyeg!
Please sing and then tell us what you think!

Gimiigwechwigo!
We thank yous!

Thank you so much for being interested in playing Honour Water and responding to open interview questions! Your responses will be used in research that will hopefully help continue the creation of similar games. To participate, please play Honour Water (available on iPad): https://itunes.apple.com/W...
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Aanii enkamigak / Aaniin ezhiwebag / What's happening? Here are some ways to answer that question. New lesson!

. As you learn these words you may want to use them as part of a story or after a question or in a phrase that is connected to another thought. To do that, you use the second ending.
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Gigashkitoon Ojibwemoyan Nagaajiwanaang Gichi-gabe-gikendaasoowigamigong!

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Mino-Aanjimaajtaag - Happy New Year!

Epiichi mikwenimangwa gakina gaa maajaawaad gaye maajitaawaad
As we remember those who have gone and those who go on

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bagosenimangwa waa miziwe minawaanigwaad.
we wish for happiness everywhere.

Zaagi’idizon miidash bimaadiziwin zaagitoon oshki-biboong!
Love yourself and all of life in this new year!

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Gingiigiizheninimaanaanig aazhogejig gakina akiing gaye inawemaaganag . . .
Created by us for everyone building bridges across all nations and families. . .

Niibaa-anama'e-giizhigad
Christmas Day

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Aambe miiskobineshiinh
Come along Cardinal

anaamay’ii oningwiigan biboon
under winter’s wing

anami’aadaa epiichi boonaanimad.
let’s pray while world is still.

Gaaskanazodaa
Let’s whisper

ishpayi’ii gaawaandagoog
above the evergreens

ishaandaweyang giizhigong.
climb high in the heavens.

Bagosendadaa
Let’s hope

gakina awiiya gashki’owaad
everyone is able to

noondaadiwaad bakaanitaagoziwaad.
hear one another’s voices.

Maajaadaa omaa ingoding
Let’s leave here eventually

maada’adoyang naasaab anangoog
following the same stars

manidoo-miikanang waabamangwaa.
we all see in the milky way.

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