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Northland College senior at powwow

Powwow to Spotlight Proclamation, New Dances

…the deep history behind ceremonial dancing at powwows as well as issues affecting Indigenous communities today. Head female dancer Carolyn Gougé will lead a Pink Shawl Dance, a special dance aimed at honoring and healing those affected by cancer in all its forms, including victims, patients, survivors, family and friends….

Ojibwe Coloring Books

Northland Grad Pens, Illustrates Ojibwe Coloring Books

WHSP Publishes Ojibwe Traditions

Ojibwe — culture and traditions. Each book focuses on a different aspect of Ojibwe life and traditions, including The Powwow, Storytelling, The Sugarbush, and Wild Ricing. The Northland College Indigenous Cultures Center team developed the content and produced the drawings for the series in order to engage and teach the…

Robin Wall Kimmerer

The Gifts You Bring the World

dance, to the heartbeat of the drum, where we raise up the gifts and dance to honor the giver and the gifts. We dance in a circle, not in a line, remembering the pathway of reciprocity, knowing that for the word to stay in balance there is an ongoing exchange…

winter branches

Aadizookaan Winter Storytelling

February 28, 7:00 pm8:00 pm

Ojibwe storytelling featuring: Dr. Migizi Sullivan is an enrolled member of the Lac Courte Oreilles community. He currently serves as the director of Native American studies at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College. Waabizheshi Powless is an enrolled member of the Bad River Band of Ojibwe. He currently serves as an…

Tobacco

Decolonizing Tobacco: The Environmental History of Asemaa

March 29, 5:30 pm6:30 pm

…be fluent in tribal/environmental news and issues. He was also a writer, photographer, and editor for the Mazina’igan newspaper. Bizhikiins presents at many public engagements and schools throughout the Midwest on topics ranging from traditional subsistence, sovereignty, tribal environmental perspective, cultural immersion, Ojibwemowin, Tribal Historic Preservation, food sovereignty, Ojibwe curriculum,…

Native American dancers

Powwow & Awareness

We believe it is important to share indigenous culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways of life with our community. Awareness activities are presented in partnership with the Native American Student Association and the Northland College Student Association. We hope you join us and have some fun. More information is…

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

…and core equipment exercise studio for yoga, dance, and group fitness classes building-wide wi-fi access television monitors stereo system Related Fitness Center Burn off some steam. Welcome to the Northland College fitness and recreation center, an 8,000 square foot, open floor space for recreation, conditioning, physical training, and wellness programs….

Northland alum April Stone works on baskets.

CUUF: Following My Inner Voice

April 3, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) is holding a Sunday service in person at The Club in Washburn and live-streamed via Zoom. Guest speaker April Stone will give the message titled “Following My Inner Voice.” April is a self-taught Ojibwe black ash basket weaver and member of the Bad River…

Native American Museum

The Native American Museum was established with the goal of expressing the history, language, arts, and culture of the Ojibwe people and indigenous people from around the world for the educational benefit of community members and visitors to the Chequamegon Bay area, Located on the first floor of Mead Hall,…

Loon and baby on lake

Ethical Wildlife Photography

…nervous loons display is the tremolo or wail vocalization. An extreme reaction to a human that is much too close is the penguin dance. Never flush birds (that is, disturb them and make them fly or swim)—either your subject or other birds near your subject. In breeding season, it can…