What's the Word? Honors National American Indian and Alaska-Native Heritage Month

Series produced by Modern Language Association

Caption: "Ola - Noatak", Credit: Photograph courtesy of Library of Congress,<br>Prints & Photographs Division,<br>Edward S. Curtis Collection,<br>LC-USZ62-89841
Image by: Photograph courtesy of Library of Congress,
Prints & Photographs Division,
Edward S. Curtis Collection,
LC-USZ62-89841 
"Ola - Noatak" 

Two half-hour programs honoring National American Indian and Alaska-Native Heritage Month

What's the Word? "American Indian and Alaska-Native Tribal Traditions": How do tribal traditions influence the writing and teaching of contemporary American Indians? -Evergreen-

What's the Word? "Voices from the Ojibwe Nation": Three members of Ojibwe communities, which reach from Michigan to Montana in the United States and from Quebec to Saskatchewan in Canada, share their rich literary history. -Evergreen-

Well-suited to National American Indian and Alaska-Native Heritage Month in November

Promos available.


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Three members of Ojibwe communities, which reach from Michigan to Montana in the United States and from Quebec to Saskatchewan in Canada, share the...

Bought by KKWE Niijii Radio, Peconic Public Broadcasting, WNMU-FM, KMRE-LP, WRIR and more


  • Added: Oct 20, 2009
  • Length: 29:00
  • Purchases: 18