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NIMI'IDIWIN (WAABANDA'IWEWIN): Future History: Harnessing Knowledge, Season 1, Ojibway Version

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This title is a part of the series Future History: Harnessing Knowledge, Season 1, Ojibway Version


Catalogue Number:  RS0005OJ
Producer:  Redcloud Studios
Producing Agencies:  Redcloud Studios
Subject:  Arts, Canadian Social Studies, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, First Nations Studies, Guidance, Health, History, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Music, Social Studies, Sociology
Language:  Ojibway
Grade Level:  6 - 8, 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2018
Running Time:  22:00


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Kris dash Sarain odazhindaanawaa onow nimi’idiwin zhigo ge manidookewin dash waabanjigewin. Mii dash ezhi-maajibizowaad gwayak Sarnia megwaashkowaawaad gaa-gikendang anishinaabewaadiziwin zhigo ge nitaa niimid Jordan White Eye Williams, mii ezhi gikenoo’amaagowaad mewinzha anishinaabe nimi’idiwin. Inaske Toronto, wiizhaamigowaan Monique Mojica wii-dazhindang i’iw Slide Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Zhigo, Sarain dash Kris obizikaanawaa omocasiniyaan wii-gojitoowaad biindaagibagizowin, mii owe gikenoo’amaaged Crystal “Beany” John.

Our hosts, Kris and Sarain break down the concepts of Pow Wow, ceremony and exhibition. They meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. They are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris put on their moccasins and take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal “Beany” John.

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