First Nations Circle of Knowledge and Practices Conference: Winston Wuttunee and William Dumas

William Dumas, Winston Wuttunee, Gerri Wuttunee, October 2017

Thanks to Winston Wuttunee and William Dumas for their workshop session on teaching through songs and story-telling (we never got around to the dancing part). It was so much fun listening to master storytellers stringing us along that I attended twice. Wish I could remember half of their jokes. Having had William’s help with language puzzles by email, it was a delight to finally see him in action as MFNERC’s conference emcee, and finally meet him in person. It was also a treat to see Gerri and catch up. Now that they’ve back in Winnipeg. I sure hope to see them again soon!

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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One Response to First Nations Circle of Knowledge and Practices Conference: Winston Wuttunee and William Dumas

  1. Darci Adam says:

    Were these sessions taped for sharing Arden?

    Darci

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