Waadookodaading: Ojibwe Language Immersion School tells a story of resilience and revitalization. It shows how an Ojibwe immersion school integrates the tradition of sugaring into their curriculum and children speaking the language of their ancestors, Ojibwemowin.
This video is part of The Ways, a series of language and culture stories from Native communities around the central Great Lakes that explores connections between traditional ways and those of today. The Ways expands and challenges current understanding of Native identity and communities.
Discover more at theways.org.