The Nêhiyawak Cree Language Experience 2016

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Thanks to Solomon Ratt for permission to post this gallery of photos from this summer’s “Nêhiyawak Summer Language Acquisitioning Experience” hosted by Belinda Daniels at Don Allen Trails, 18km north of La Ronge, between July 24th and 28th. The instructor in the photos is Bill Cook. It looks like a whole lot of us missed a whole lot of fun!

This year marked the 12th such camp, in which speakers and learners come together to collectively, as a team, restore, revitalize and reclaim spoken nêhiyaw language.

Learn more about the Nêhiyawak Language Experience and watch participant videos here: https://www.onestory.com/interviews/the-nehiyawak-cree-language-experience

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, a not-for-profit-in-the-making with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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One Response to The Nêhiyawak Cree Language Experience 2016

  1. Jim Adams says:

    I AM SITTING AT MY COMPUTER HEARING THESE STORIES AND LISTENING TO THE LANGUAGE AND TEARS OF JOY AND RECOGNITION ARE FLOWING FROM MY EYES – THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL – SO POWERFUL

    chi miigwetch

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