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Ojibwe Language Resources

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Recurring Events

Moccasin Game

The AIRC sponsors a regular meeting every second and fourth Friday of the month for those interested in learning about and participating in the traditional Ojibwe moccasin game. Open to people of all ages.

Language Tables

The AIRC and its staff and students support area Ojibwe language tables. Red Lake Nation College runs an Ojibwe language table every Thursday at 6:00pm in Red Lake, Minnesota. The American Indian OIC runs one every Wednesday at 6:00pm in Bemidji, Minnesota.

American Indian Summits

The AIRC sponsors two American Indian Summits each year – spring & fall semesters. Past summits have included:

  • "American Indian Entrepreneur Summit"
  • “Indian Education: Yesterday & Today” - selected in celebration of BSU's 90th birthday (1919-2009) and the BSU Indian Studies Departments 40th birthday(1969-2009)
  • “Historical Trauma and the American Indian Experience” 

Council of Indian Students Annual Pow Wow

Each spring the CIS hold a traditional pow wow at John Glas Fieldhouse. 2010 marked it' 37th year and  featured hand drum exhibitions, drumming and traditional dancing. Pow wows are free and open to public. 

Community Services

Speakers Bureau

What service does the Speakers Bureau provide to the community?

Speakers have in-depth knowledge in many areas:

  • Education in general
  • Indian Education
  • Historical Trauma
  • Health
  • Spirituality, etc.

To a great extent, the Indian Speakers Bureau allows non-Indian personnel, agencies, organizations and programs to contact American Indians that can speak on a subject coming from an American Indian prospective.

The Speakers Bureau is educational in nature – whether it be on culture, characteristics, heritage, language or lifestyles, the speakers do their best to answer questions as best they can from their perspectives as American Indian people.

For more information call 218-755-2032 or email Stephanie Hendricks.

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Dr. Anton Treuer, Executive Director