2/18: Ojibwe Stories - Gaganoonididaa: Family Knowledge
A new program on KUMD, Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa brings you discussions of Ojibwe stories and culture. Our first episode features an Ojibwe story by and a conversation with Gordon Jourdain, a lead teacher at Enweyang: The Language Immersion Nest on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
2/18 Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa - Gordon Jordain
Host Erik Redix, an assistant professor of American Indian Studies at UMD, talks with Gordon Jourdain, who grew up in the Ojibwe community of Lac La Croix in Ontario, and is also a lead teacher at Enweyang: The Language Immersion Nest on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth. Gordon tells a story in Ojibwe about learning from his mother how to hunt rabbits. He also talks (in English) about his family, life in Lac La Croix, the importance of sharing, and respect for all things.
Gaganoonididaa is produced by KUMD-FM and the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota Duluth, with funding provided in part by a UMD Strategic Initiative Grant from the Chancellor's Office of UMD, and by Eni-gikendaasoyang - the Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Language Revitalization at the University of Minnesota Duluth.