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Click on the link to download the complete agenda for the conference including schedules, maps and bios. Conference Agenda 2017
This gathering is intended to bring together beginning and established Indigenous language revitalization groups to examine best practices. The conference includes keynote addresses by Keller Paap, Waadookodaading founder and veteran immersion teacher, Bawdwaywidun, and Patricia Ningewance! Some of our confirmed breakout presenters are Lee Chi-obizaan Maakawaadizid Staples, Dr. John D. Nichols, The O.O.G.ikweg, Dr. Michael […]
Language table will be held in the new building at Waadookodaading Wednesday night from 5-7pm. Taco Salad will be provided! Next week, Wednesday June 6th will be our last session until the fall. Please bring a dish to share and bi-ojibwemog!