Beginning Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) – Session 4
1 hour
We welcome you to join us in starting to learn Anishinaabemowin with instructor, Chelsey Commisso, Niijii Indigenous Mentorship Outreach Coordinator. During our pre-recorded sessions we encourage you to pause and practice along the way. We have provided handouts, resources, and homework to help with your learning.
Beginning Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) – Session 3
1 hour
We welcome you to join us in starting to learn Anishinaabemowin with instructor, Chelsey Commisso, Niijii Indigenous Mentorship Outreach Coordinator. During our pre-recorded sessions we encourage you to pause and practice along the way. We have provided handouts, resources, and homework to help with your learning.
Beginning Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) Session 2
1.5 hours
We welcome you to join us in starting to learn Anishinaabemowin with instructor, Chelsey Commisso, Niijii Indigenous Mentorship Outreach Coordinator. During our pre-recorded sessions we encourage you to pause and practice along the way. We have provided handouts, resources, and homework to help with your learning.
Beginning Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) – Session 1
75 minutes
We welcome you to join us in starting to learn Anishinaabemowin with instructor, Chelsey Commisso, Niijii Indigenous Mentorship Outreach Coordinator. During our pre-recorded sessions we encourage you to pause and practice along the way. We have provided handouts, resources, and homework to help with your learning.
We are Treaty People – Q&A Follow-up
1 hour
This is a follow-up to the We Are All Treaty People presentation to answer some of the questions that came up during that presentation.
We Are All Treaty People
1.5 hours
This webinar will provide an overview of the histories and legacies of treaty-making in Minnesota. We will discuss the 16 treaties that specifically ceded land in Minnesota to the United States between 1837 and 1861, focusing, in particular, on the treaties that impacted Northern Minnesota. We will conclude the discussion by examining the legacies of these treaties, especially the (lack of) relationship many non-Indigenous Minnesotans have towards these treaties today.
Understanding the Impact of Historical Trauma
2.5 hours
This presentation will introduce the concepts of Historical Trauma and Epigenetics from the American Indian perspective and help us begin to uncover the ongoing impact on our children, families, communities, and ourselves.