Survival Schools: Culture And Language Programming

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Survival Schools: Culture And Language Programming
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As part of our ongoing photographic exhibit Survival Schools: Education, Resilience, Resistance, the American Indian Movement Interpretive Center invites the public to an Open House/discussion forum on Thursday, June 23, starting at 6:00pm, in our gallery space at 1113 Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis. Refreshments will be served. The focus of the forum will be the culture and language curricula developed at the Heart of the Earth Survival School and the Red School House. There will be a loose program of speakers, an open mic for stories and memories, supplemented with materials drawn from the Interpretive Center’s archives. Alumni and former staff of the survival schools are especially invited to speak; if you would like to share memories of sugar bush, or of studying Ojibwe, or of any other of the culture and language programs, send a message to eric@aim-ic.com, or simply show up. Miigwech!
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By: American Indian Movement Interpretive Center