UWM professor on a mission to preserve Wisconsin's indigenous languages
By: Mike Strehlow Facebook | Twitter
Posted: Dec 8, 2019 9:00 AM CDT
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(MILWAUKEE) - This second week of December is going to be a busy one for college students cramming for finals including those learning how to write, listen and speak in Anishinaabemowin. They're enrolled in an indigenous language class at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee or Minowakiing, which is Algonquin for ‘the good land.’
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Mike Strehlow put the spotlight on Dr. Margaret Noodin, a teacher, author, songwriter and poet on a mission to preserve and strengthen indigenous languages.