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Now VIRTUAL ONLY: update about Dakota and Ojibwe Languages Symposium.

Now VIRTUAL ONLY: update about

Now VIRTUAL ONLY: update about Dakota and Ojibwe Languages Symposium.

 Dakota and Ojibwe Languages Symposium. We want to be sure we’re prioritizing health and safety for all at the symposium, so the partners (the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council’s Language Revitalization Working Group and the Minnesota Humanities Center) have decided the symposium will be all virtualThere will be no in-person component to this year’s symposium.

 

The symposium will now be all online, February 24 and February 25, with activities from 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. both days. We may also have evening activities on February 24, if we receive submissions for those sessions from participants.

 

The symposium will celebrate successes, highlight the current state of the field, shape future language revitalization efforts, and elevate the visibility of Indigenous languages throughout the state of Minnesota.

 

Please visit us at https://mnhum.org/event/dakota-ojibwe-languages-revitalization-symposium/ to register for your spot at the symposium! There is a registration fee of $10. Please let me know if you are interested in a scholarship to waive the fee.

 

We need session presenters! If you are interested in leading a session for other symposium participants and/or know people who might be, please submit your idea at this link by January 17. Please also send this to others in your network that you think might be interested.

 

You can contact me at any time with questions.

 

Thank you!

 

Jennifer Tonko | Humanities Officer | she/her/hers

Minnesota Humanities Center | 987 Ivy Avenue East | Saint Paul, Minnesota 55106

jennifer@mnhum.org | www.mnhum.org | PH 651-772-4264

Upcoming Dakota and Ojibwe Languages Symposium. We want to be sure we’re prioritizing health and safety for all at the symposium, so the partners (the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council’s Language Revitalization Working Group and the Minnesota Humanities Center) have decided the symposium will be all virtualThere will be no in-person component to this year’s symposium.

The symposium will now be all online, February 24 and February 25, with activities from 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. both days. We may also have evening activities on February 24, if we receive submissions for those sessions from participants.

The symposium will celebrate successes, highlight the current state of the field, shape future language revitalization efforts, and elevate the visibility of Indigenous languages throughout the state of Minnesota.

Please visit us at https://mnhum.org/event/dakota-ojibwe-languages-revitalization-symposium/ to register for your spot at the symposium! There is a registration fee of $10. Please let me know if you are interested in a scholarship to waive the fee.

We need session presenters! If you are interested in leading a session for other symposium participants and/or know people who might be, please submit your idea at this link by January 17. Please also send this to others in your network that you think might be interested.

You can contact me at any time with questions.

Thank you!

Jennifer Tonko | Humanities Officer | she/her/hers

Minnesota Humanities Center | 987 Ivy Avenue East | Saint Paul, Minnesota 55106

jennifer@mnhum.org | www.mnhum.org | PH 651-772-4264

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