Posts under: Languages

Making Sure Anishinaabe Remains a Living Language

[caption id="attachment_13040" align="alignnone" width="273"] Photo by Troye Fox[/caption] Just like any area in the United States, the languages of its original inhabitants is deeply embedded in places names such as cities, rivers and mountains. Take Anishinaabemowin for example: Lake Michigan (great sea), Chicago (land of the chigag, or skunk) and...

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Exciting New Show! Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People

The Cherokee Nation has been working on a new monthly television program, Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People, and the first episode is now available! These 30-minute programs will air in northeast Oklahoma television markets and online at www.Osiyo.TV. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker talks a bit more...

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