The language warrior's manifesto : how to keep our languages alive no matter the odds / Anton Treuer.
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- ISBN: 9781681341545
- ISBN: 1681341549
- Physical Description: pages cm
- Publisher: Saint Paul : Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2020.
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Finding Fire -- The Importance of Language -- What's in the Way -- How I Did It: Learning Ojibwe as a Second Language -- How We Did It: Transforming Love of the Language into a Movement -- Eyes Forward and Your Feet Will Follow.
"Anton Treuer has been at the forefront of the battle to revitalize Ojibwe for many years. In this impassioned argument, he discusses the interrelationship between language and culture, the problems of language loss, strategies and tactics for resisting, and the inspiring stories of successful language warriors. He recounts his own single-minded and sometimes hilarious struggle to learn Ojibwe as an adult, and he depicts the astonishing success of the language program at Lac Courte Oreilles in northern Wisconsin, where dedicated families and teachers have raised a hundred children who speak Ojibwe as their first language. This is a manifesto, a rumination, and a rallying cry for the preservation of priceless languages and cultures"-- Provided by publisher.
Anton Treuer,/strong>, professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University, is the author of Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians but Were Afraid to Ask and thirteen other books on Ojibwe history and language.