How Anishinaabemowin bridges gaps between organizations and Indigenous communities in northwestern Ontario – CBC

by ahnationtalk on February 8, 2023134 Views

Feb 08, 2023

More organizations are embracing Anishinaabemowin language revitalization

More Anishinaabemowin is popping up in our day-to-day lives as organizations look for ways to embrace the traditional language in their branding and campaigns.

The efforts at language revitalization are a way for organizations to reflect the work they do, and connect with the people they serve.

This month, Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law faculty of law announced that the Indigenous Law and Justice Institute will be known as Mino-Waabandan Inaakonigewinan, which means “seeing the law in a good way.” The name was gifted by elder Ron Linklater of Couchiching First Nation during a ceremony at Bora Laskin’s inaugural summer land-based learning camp in August 2022.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/how-anishinaabemowin-bridges-gaps-between-organizations-and-indigenous-communities-in-northwestern-ontario-1.6740044

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