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This series of presentations by Indigenous scholars focuses on the cultural heritage of Dakota, Ojibwe, Ho-Chunk and other Indigenous peoples in Minnesota. Each presentation will offer an introduction to topics relevant to Indigenous peoples today, including language preservation, place name reclamation, treaties and sovereignty, arts and more. The sessions will include a question and answer period with the audience.
- July 8: Pauline Danforth on Place Name Reclamation.
- August 5: Don Eubanks on Ojibwe Sovereignty.
- August 19: Šišókaduta on Dakota Language Preservation.
Sponsored by Do Good Roseville and Shoreview Human Rights Commission.
This series is funded with money from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.