Ojibwe Guest Speakers

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    Linda Yang
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    Ojibwe Guest Speakers

    Post  Linda Yang on Wed Nov 25, 2009 8:20 pm

    On Monday and Tuesday (Nov. 23rd and 24th), three guest speakers came to speak to the Earl Haig students about the environment and the Ojibwe's way of life/thinking towards mother Earth. Each shared their stories and their philosophies/takes on what is happening to our planet. Thanks so much for coming!

    If you'd like to read Barry's paper at York (Voices Telling Stories Rising from a Place Called Wiikwedong), click on the link below:
    http://www.yorku.ca/fes/research/docs/barry_milliken.pdf



    TEK = Traditional Ecological Knowledge
    "All my relations"
    Spiritual Continuum

    Do you have any more questions? Feel free to contact them:
    Debbie: debbie.herrmann1@yahoo.com
    Barry: barry.milliken@yahoo.ca













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    Well, so much for that.

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