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DIBAAKONIGEWIN (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:  RS0012OJ
Producer:  Redcloud Studios
Producing Agencies:  Redcloud Studios
Subject:  Arts, Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, First Nations Studies, Guidance, Health, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, 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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Sarain dash Kris obabaa waabandaanaawaa aaniin inake ezhi ganawejigadeg anishinaabe inaakonigewinan omaa gwayak gibaakwa’odiiwigamigong. Mii omaa Toronto dibaakonige Ikwe Sara Mainville wiindamaage aaniin ezhiwebak anishinaabe dibaakonigewin. Miijim aabadad ji-mino ezhiwebak endaayeng Johl Whiteduck Ringuette jiibaakwe ji-wiisiniyaad Kris dash Sarain iwedi gwayak NishDish Wiisini’iwigamig. Mii omaa manidoo aki Collins Bay gibaakwa’odiiwigamig iwedi Kingston, omawidisaawaan gichi ayaa’aa Jim Johnson owe gaa manidooked zhigo ge gaa wiidookawaad ininiwag gaa-gibaakwagozowaad.

Sarain and Kris explore Indigenous concepts of Justice, from restorative justice to cultural programs in the prison system. Lawyer Sara Mainville offers her insights into Indigenous concepts of Justice and criminality. Using food to build community Johl Whiteduck Ringuette prepares lunch for Kris and Sarain at NishDish Marketeria. On the Sacred Grounds at the Collins Bay Penitentiary in Kingston, they talk with Elder Jim Johnson who brings ceremony, cultural support and medicines to the male inmates.



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