BSU offers 10-day Indigenous summer program for high school students


Last updated 5/11/2015 at 9:31pm

Bemidji State University

Anishinaabe faculty and staff teach students about the Ojibwe language, history, cultural traditions and Native arts. Current Bemidji State students serve as camp counselors and will chaperone students to daily activities and facilitate evening programs.

BEMIDJI, MN-Beginning July 17, BSU's Niibinishi Gabeshi summer camp program offers a unique opportunity for students to capture the essence of Ojibwe culture with an intensive language program and reading sessions, workshops, and group conversations about shared assumptions regarding issues such as culture and communication.

The two-week camp is offered as a pair of one-week sessions, July 13-17 and July 20-24; campers return home for the weekend between sessions. Campers unable to attend both weeks can alternatively register to attend either the first or second week individually. Niib...

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