Language Revitalization

Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Institute exists to use Ojibwe medium education to strengthen the Anishinaabe people, language and culture. We envision a future where the longevity and quality of life for Anishinaabe people are made certain by their ability to think in the Ojibwe language and live our culture.

Resource Links

Ojibwemowin is spoken in an area spanning Quebec to Saskatchewan, and from Michigan to Montana. There are many Ojibwemowin speakers, perhaps numbering 50,000, making it the fourth largest North American indigenous language [Nichols, in Baraga 1992:vi]. It is a part of the Algonquian language family, which spreads further from Ojibwemowin in all directions, especially up and down the Atlantic seaboard.

The links below will contain instructional Ojibwemowin materials and related information. 

Immersion Education Resources Links