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Diversity Dialogue 12/16: Nancy Jones "Ogimaawigwanebiik"

Nancy Jones.jpgNancy Jones will tell traditional Ojibwe winter time stories, in Ojibwe, with English translation by her son Dennis Jones. These special stories can only be told in the winter, when the ground is frozen. Nancy Jones is a master speaker, storyteller and much revered Elder, now actively engaged in many language revitalization efforts. Come and hear the beautiful sounds of the Ojibwe language, as told by someone whose first language is Ojibwemowin.

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
40 Peik Hall
Pizza will be served.

Diversity Dialogues are monthly gatherings sponsored by the Department of Curriculum & Instruction.

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