Thu, Feb 25, 2021

12 PM – 1 PM CST (GMT-6)

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217 Bowman Hall, United States

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Indigenous peoples storytelling has been a vehicle of cultural education and sharing of generational knowledge. As societal advances occur, keeping up with the times is important to continue to tell the indigenous story and cultural ways. Learn how the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission has outreached to their native community and beyond by creating Growing Up Ojibwe: The Game, a video game, as a mechanism to preserve their language and culture. This is a virtual event, participants will get a chance to try out the game.

Multicultural Student Services is proud to partner with the Stout Student Association’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council and the Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to include this event as part of Diversity Week. Learn more at
connect.uwstout.edu/ssa/diversity-week.

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217 Bowman Hall, United States

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Co-hosted with: Stout Student Association (SSA), Native American Student Organization, Multicultural Student Services (OWNER)

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