Revitalizing and Preserving Indigenous Language and Knowledge

The Dakota and Ojibwe Language Programs of the Department of American Indian Studies are designed to preserve and revitalize knowledge and understanding that is contained and transmitted in Minnesota's Indigenous Languages. The effort is part of a global indigenous movement to revitalize indigenous languages and cultures with the understanding that all language present a valuable perspective and knowledge of the world.

Both programs provide scholarships for students who have shown a commitment to learning and teaching the language.


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