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- Who knew Santa was a Hoop Dancer? November 23, 2017
- New project funded: The Six Seasons of the Asiniskow Ithiniwak November 21, 2017
- Eight Great Ways to Help Yourself Learn Cree: Solomon Ratt (y-dialect, audio) November 20, 2017
- Solomon’s Christmas Cards 2017 (y- and th-dialects with audio) November 19, 2017
- From “A Framework for Indigenous Language Legislation” November 10, 2017
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Today after giving my presentation at the 2017 Indigenous Mapping Workshop, I was sad to talk to a couple of young people who had tried to learn some Cree at University, but got discouraged when they went home by family … Continue reading
Thanks to Solomon Ratt for allowing the Cree Literacy Network to share his 2017 calendar, complete with his own original illustrations. Following his request, we will post one image at the beginning of each month. For those who like to plan a … Continue reading
A new poem (2017) by Solomon Ratt to recognize the sacrifice of Indigenous Veterans, and the shameful treatment they received on their return. Click here to read the story about Sol’s poem reported by the Office of the Treaty Commissioner: http://www.otc.ca/reconciliations/details/indigenous_veterans.html … Continue reading
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Saskatchewan mystery writer Gail Bowen has written many strong, Cree characters into her Joanne Kilbourn Mystery Series over the years, but a prayer in Plains Cree in What’s Left Behind (2016, page 59) certainly takes things to the next level as … Continue reading
For additional Halloween vocabulary, Click on the “Category” menu on the right and scan for “Halloween” under “Seasonal”!
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Remy Wes sent this image of a page of printed syllabics into the FaceBook Group nêhiyawêwin (Cree) Word of the Day, asking for a translation. It turned into a big team effort, with help from lots of directions. Ultimately, it … Continue reading
Cree language and traditional games for kids at Maskwacîs! For more information, call Jordan Littlepoplar at 780.585.3012