Dakhóta Iápi Akíčhiyapi Kiŋ: Dakota Language Bowl

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Minnesota's First Dakota Language Bowl!

Dakhóta Iápi Akíčhiyapi Kiŋ

The University of Minnesota's Department of American Indian & Dakota Language Program, in sponsorship with St. Paul Public Schools' American Indian Studies & Indian Education Program, Wicoie Nandagikendan and Dakhóta Iápi Okhódakičhiye would like to invite you to Dakhóta Iápi Akíčhiyapi Kiŋ, Minnesota's 1st Dakota Language Bowl!

Sat, April 18th
Harding High School
1540 6th Street East
Saint Paul, MN 55106

Open to the public!

For more information (including information about participating, rules & study guide), visit the event website!
z.umn.edu/dakotaiapi

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Dakota Language Bowl Flyer

The American Indian in Minnesota

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Film: The Cherokee Word for Water

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Northrop and the U of M Department of American Indian Studies Present
The Cherokee Word for Water Film Screening

Wed, Nov 12, 6:30 pm (Q&A with Director/Producer Charlie Soap and Producer Kristina Kiehl will follow the screening)
Best Buy Theater
Northrop
University of Minnesota
84 Church Street SE

Minneapolis, MN 55455

FREE
and open to the public
http://www.northrop.umn.edu/events/cherokee-word-water


The Cherokee Word for Water is a feature-length motion picture that tells the true story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern woman Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Set in the early 1980s, the film portrays the struggle for, opposition to, and ultimate success of a rural Cherokee community to bring running water to their families. The Cherokee Word for Water is a powerful and inspirational story about a remarkable woman and the power of community.


Official Website: www.cw4w.com

CW4W trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h5TsMBO_nQ


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Interested in learning Ojibwe?

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American Indian Sovereignty Matters 10/30/2014

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Dakota Sacred Sites Tour Fall 2014

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Friday, September 19th

Bus Boarding at 2:45 p.m.

Bus leaves Appleby Hall loading zone at 3 p.m.

RSVP at z.umn.edu/dakotasitesfall2014

for more info contact coin@umn.edu

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Dakota Sacred Sites Tour fall 2014.pdf

American Indian Cultural House Fall Welcome Feast 2014

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Come Join us!

Friday, September 12th

Comstock Hall Ballroom

5:30 P.M. dinner will be served. This event is free and open to the public.

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AICH_Fall_Welcome_Feast_Poster_2014.pdf

"Speak Dakota" T-shirts for Sale!

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Hau mitakuyepi!

Support the University of Minnesota's Dakota Language Program by purchasing a Dakota ia Wohdaka Pi/Po! "Speak Dakota!" tshirt.

Only $15.00!

All shirts may be purchased at the Department of American Indian Studies office:
72 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Ph: 612-624-1338
aminstud@umn.edu


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July 7-10, 2014

9-4pm

Northern Lights Conference Center

Walker, MN


Aloha America: Hula Circuits as Alternative Archives
April 29th, 4:00pm-5:30pm, Walter Library room 101

Her book, Aloha America: Hula Circuits through the U.S. Empire, about the relationship between U.S. imperial expansion and Hawaiian hula performance, was published by Duke University Press in 2012. It received three prizes in 2013: the Lawrence W. Levine Prize for best cultural history from the Organization of American Historians; best first book in women's history from the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians; and Outstanding Publication Award from the Congress on Research in Dance (co-recipient).

Adria L. Imada is associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies and affiliate faculty in the Critical Gender Studies program at University of California, San Diego.

Co-sponsored with American Indian Studies