Learning to Speak Ojibwemowin (Ojibwe) Boozhoo Gaagiigidowin – Introductory Speech

LRInspire presents: learning to speak Ojibwe. Ojibwe is a Central Algonquian language spoken by the Anishinaabe people throughout much of Canada from Ontario to Manitoba and US border states from Michigan to Montana. It is centered around the Great Lakes homeland of the Ojibwe people. Continue reading

Learning to Speak Łingít (Tlingit) Greetings

Tlingit is a language indigenous to Southeast Alaska, Northwestern British Columbia, and Southwestern Yukon. It is one branch of the massive Na-Dene language family, the other being Eyak-Athabascan. Recent studies estimate there are approximately 225 speakers of the language today, and this text is part of a larger movement dedicated to increasing that number. Continue reading