Summer celebrations which include nighttime activities are awesome for children -- to be outside late at night is magical for them. Powwows are full-day and into-the-night events, so plan accordingly when you go. Your little ones may need to take a nap in the evening just like Windy Girl -- who knows what they will dream!
Brenda Child, Jonathan Thunder &
Child (Red Lake Ojibwe) is an Ojibwe historian at the University of Minnesota. Her book, Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940, tells of the boarding school experience from the students and families' perspectives.
Thunder (Red Lake Ojibwe), a multi-disciplinary artist, creates from the perspective of what if means to be Ojibwe for someone who grew up disconnected from that culture and history.
Jourdain (Lac La Croix First Nation) teaches at the Misaabekong Ojibwe Language Immerson program for the the Duluth Public Schools.
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All Hallows Read
All Things Technology
A Season Of Wonder
Beyond My Door
Empathy & Kindness
Harvest Day Reading
Heroes & Heroines
Nonna's Reading Guides
The Heart Of Winter